Economic Sustainability (Governance)

Social Sustainability

Economic sustainability is the ability of the economic system to ensure stable and steady growth of economic indicators.

The concept of economic sustainability can basically be defined as the creation and maintenance of favourable conditions for economic growth through resource development. To be sustainable, economic models must be able to use natural resources more slowly than they regenerate. It is therefore also important to look at external variables such as education, population growth and research.

Economic Sustainability (Governance)


Development, sustainability and revenue-generating capacity

Today, it became ever more evident that economic development must go hand in hand with sustainability. A sustainable development approach involves creating a balance between the needs of the present and those of future generations, while at the same time ensuring sound and lasting profitability.

When companies adopt sustainable strategies, they create new business opportunities, distinguish themselves in the marketplace and position themselves to take advantage of emerging economies. Investing in sustainable solutions can open up new markets, attract socially and environmentally conscious customers and increase corporate competitiveness.

Sustainable development and the ability to generate revenue are complementary driving forces shaping our future. Adopting sustainable practices not only helps to protect the environment and improve social conditions, but also offers opportunities for economic growth and long-term profit generation. Choosing the path of sustainable development and responsible entrepreneurship is a bold step towards a promising future for all of us and future generations.

Sustainable economy and circular economy

It would be impossible to talk about environment and ecology without talking about sustainable economics. The economy is a central factor in addressing the problems of pollution, climate change and global warming. Indeed, industrial production, the labour market and the consumption of goods are closely linked to ecological concerns and environmental protection. In particular, an ecologically sustainable economy requires that future generations have access to the same resources as previous generations. There is therefore a strong link between economy and environment, and between environment and sustainability.

The concept of circular economy is linked to that of sustainable economy and environmental and social sustainability. A circular economy is a production and consumption model in which existing materials and products are shared, loaned, reused, repaired, renewed and recycled as much as possible. This extends the product’s life cycle and minimises waste. Once the product has fulfilled its function, the material is reintroduced into the economic cycle whenever possible. In this way, they can be continuously reused within the production cycle, thus creating additional value.

The principles of the circular economy contrast with traditional linear economic models based on the typical patterns of ‘extract, produce, use, dispose’.

Sustainable economy and circular economy

Corporate economic sustainability: the goals

The goals of corporate economic sustainability may differ slightly from one organisation to another, but in general they include the following: long-term income generation, shareholder value creation, operational efficiency, risk diversification, and social and environmental responsibility.

These objectives intersect to create a balanced business model that embraces the idea of sustainable prosperity over time.

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