"An old adage says that
a vision without a plan is
a dream and a plan without a vision is a nightmare:
in Italy we were able, in the last 20 years,
to do both. "
"We believe that a company
investing properly in environmental initiatives
is, in the end, less risky
even for those extending credit."
CITAZIONE DA INTERVISTA A NUOVA FINANZA
"Energy efficiency is a topic on which
Italy should focus,
starting realities to become smart grid."
DALL'INTERVENTO AL FORUM QUALENERGIA 2015
“If ideas and visions find new ways
to change the world, economy is the tool
to make them possible”
“If we want to increase the competitiveness of our entrepreneurial system and tackle emerging markets, our Country needs, more than ever before, significant economic reforms which promote product processing innovations, differentiations based on new products and services and the conversion of obsolete productions...”
Pietro Colucci - Vento a favore, EdizIoni Ambiente 2011
Pietro Colucci was born in Naples in 1960. He graduated in Economics and Business Administration from university of Naples Federico II. Entrepreneur since 1982 when he took on the leadership of his family-owned company, operating in the environmental industry. Over the years, Colucci has become a key figure in the Green Economy, not only in an entrepreneurial and managerial point of view, but also programmatic.
In addition, he is the co-founder, together with the ex-Italian Minister of Environment Edo Ronchi, of the Foundation for Sustainable Development whose President is Ronchi, and also an effective member of the Presidential Committee. In 2011 he wrote the book “Vento a Favore” by Edizioni Ambiente with the ex-Italian Minister of Environment Edo Ronchi and launched the Manifesto of the Italian Sustainable Development signed by all the National Associations operating in the Green Economy, but also by hundreds of people and numerous company representatives.
Furthermore, Colucci is a major supporter of the “Zero Waste” world, encouraging the diffusion of the Circular Economy theories and trying to make it a concrete prospect through the WastEnd project. WastEnd, “the workshop of the future”, takes part in a wider project and includes the construction of a recycling park in the Province of Turin where waste will be re-introduced into the production chain as secondary raw materials and reused in other contexts.
Il Manifesto della Green Economy parte da Milano: sette punti per cambiare. 07 nov 2011 Milano - Rispetto del patrimonio ambientale, attenzione alle energie rinnovabili, maggior sobrietà: questi alcuni dei sette punti presentati questa mattina a Milano al forum dedicato alla Green Economy. Imprenditori, aziende e esperti del settore si sono ritrovati per confrontarsi e firmare un manifesto di intenti che diventerà anche proposta concreta e politica. Ai nostri microfoni Edo Ronchi presidente della Fondazione per lo sviluppo sostenibile e Pietro Colucci, presidente di Kinexia. Servizio di Federica Giordani