ET.climate: the newsletter dedicated to climate change by Carbonsink and Eticanews is underway

ET.climate will be released on Friday 24 July: the first newsletter entirely dedicated to climate change born from the collaboration between Carbonsink and Eticanews.

"For the first time - as pointed out Andrea Maggiani, founding partner and managing director of Carbonsink - environmental concerns dominate the long-term risk ranking. Providing companies with clear and correct information on the climate change theme will be the engine of change for the mitigation of climate change and the achievement of the net-zero emissions target ".

Eticanews is an online and social media publication that brings together one of the most important readers communities among Sri and Csr professionals in Italy, with the main objective of disseminating news and providing information on issues of sustainable economy, responsible finance, ESG and much more.

A new editorial initiative for Eticanews readers that Carbonsink has decided to support and promote, confident that "to guide the private sector in defining an effective and long-term climate action, it is important that issues related to climate change become priorities of the debate To support and support ETicaNews in the dissemination of quality information, it is an opportunity for Carbonsink to continue to sensitize Italian companies on the priority role they play in the fight against climate change ".

The in-depth study dedicated to climate change is scheduled for release on the third Friday of each month (excluding August). The 10 most interesting articles on the topic of climate change will be collected within the newsletter, and proposed in an open mode (i.e. accessible to all), in order to create a collection focused on the topic.

We thank Eticanews and its Director, Luca Testoni, for the precious opportunity.

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ET.climate: the newsletter dedicated to climate change by Carbonsink and Eticanews is underway