Eni's sustainability reporting describes the strategic aspects of the three pillars of our corporate culture and business model: carbon neutrality by 2050, our model for operational excellence, and alliances for development. We want our sustainability performance to be measured by our results and verified by third parties, so that we can keep improving. That is why Eni has published a voluntary, externally audited, annual sustainability report every year since 2006. Over the years, our reporting system has only got better.
In 2010, we started transforming our Annual Financial Report into the company’s integrated report, the cornerstone of our corporate reporting system. In 2017, we decided to include the "Consolidated non-financial statement", which is required by Legislative Decree no. 254/2016 and summarises key sustainability information, in the Annual Financial Report1.
Detailed information can be found in Eni’s other reports, such as the voluntary Sustainability Report "Eni for", which we publish every year to illustrate our sustainability approach through concrete case studies and interviews with the people who work with us. The latest report, 'Eni for 2021', also includes a special section on 'Carbon Neutrality by 2050' (based on input from the Financial Stability Board's Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure, TCFD) and an appendix on our sustainability performance in the last five years.
In addition to these reports, we also produce a Report on Respect for Human Rights, which describes Eni's strategy for promoting and respecting human rights and our main activities and performance indicators. There are also a series of Local Reports, which provide an overview of Eni's activities in some of the areas where we operate with different businesses, such as the Gela and Ravenna Local Reports.