To boasts the highest standards in environmental performance, social responsibility and innovation through arts, local food and drinks, and forward-thinking services. A meeting place for locals and travellers. A destination in itself, we will pull you into a creativity, innovation, culture and local experiences as soon as you walk through our historic landscape.
Our organization sustainability starts with a value system and a principles-based approach to doing business. This means that we operate in ways that, at a minimum, meet fundamental responsibilities in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
We incorporate these principles into strategies, policies and procedures, and establishing a culture of integrity, our organisation is not only upholding our basic responsibilities to people and planet, but also setting the stage for long-term success.
Our main aim is to develop, produce and market an innovative service distributed electronically via this web portal with the aim to facilitates access to a methodology geared towards optimizing organizational and financial processes with a particular orientation to social development, cultural promotion and environmental protection and intense in this way to pursue purposes of common benefit and cooperate in a responsible, sustainable and transparent way towards people, territory, environment and other common interests.
We annually draw up a report relating to the pursuit of the Common Benefit, attached to the financial statements, which includes the information provided by law for such a report. The report is made public through the company’s website reports and in any other form that the person responsible for the impact should deem it useful for the purpose of maximizing transparency and disclosure of the information.
We identifies the subject or the responsible subjects to whom to entrust the functions and tasks aimed at pursuing the purposes of common benefit mentioned above in the corporate purpose the responsible party is called the impact manager.
“Many of us naturally believe in this principles — employee ownership, environmental sustainability, inclusive workplaces, but as a collective it’s easy to make decisions that purely optimize time and profit. That’s why having a set of guiding principles that we can assess ourselves against to keep the long-term consideration of impact and sustainability in mind is so important.”Jason Cottrell, CEO and Founder of Myplanet
Our Organizational Values
people to local culture in Sardinia
via genuine relationships and authentic experiences supporting and respecting the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights and making sure that they are not complicit in any abuses.
in an evolving open and anti-oppressive framework
where everyone feels welcome and at home, upholding the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining aiming to the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour, especially for child.
leading sustainability practices
by using sustainable products to dramatically reduce consumption, promoting recycling and composing our waste.
healthy local micro-economies
and provide jobs and opportunities to local people eliminating any discrimination in respect of employment and occupation of any gender, race, color, disability, political opinion, sexual orientation, age, religion, nationality and/or immigration status (including refugees), HIV status, union membership and social origin.
a dynamic contemporary and immersive space
to connect and share life experiences, to support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges, undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility and encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
our mindset from “Me” to “We”
and force ourself to think about what will work for everyone focusing on the underline need and learn to distinguish between preferences and willings. All this, following and sharing information to create transparency against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.
We refer and follow the rules provided by the Italian Civil Code for limited liability companies, as well as the provisions dictated by the paragraphs 376 to 384 of the art.1 of the law 28th December 2015, n.208 [PDF] and annexes.