The dialogue with stakeholders enables the Group to identify which areas of sustainability are considered most material and, as a result, to continue creating value for all stakeholders in both the short and long-term.
The stakeholder engagement events organized in Italy, Brazil and the U.S. in 2013 provided an opportunity for additional insight into the economic, environmental and social aspects of the Group’s activities that have the greatest impact on the decisions of stakeholders, including issues of specific relevance in each geographic area. As a result, the Group has updated the materiality diagram first presented in the 2012 Sustainability Report.
Recycled and recyclable materials Alternative propulsion and drive systems Alternative mobility solutions Vehicle fuel economy Vehicle CO2 emissions Vehicle quality Customer satisfaction Research and innovation Vehicle Safety
Waste generated by operations Water used by operations Energy and CO2
emissions from operations, offices Environmental impact business partners Environmental impact of logistics Responsible sourcing of raw materials
Community engagement Human rights along the value chain Business integrity and ethical standards Health and safety for employees Professional development of employees Workforce diversity and equal opportunities Engagement with trade unions Engagement with business partners