The concept of sustainability in production processes was introduced only relatively recently. Moreover, the concept is always susceptible to new developments in technology, climate change and corporate social responsibility.
For this reason, ever since its inception the IPS has sought access to up-to-the-minute knowledge and the best practices and ideas about the different approaches to sustainability. In fact, this is the main task of our Scientific Council.
Our tools for achieving our objective are many: Responsible consumption, research into materials and industrial processes, implementation of business practices, transportation, weather, packaging, legislative developments, business policies and other many issues are addressed in the form of articles, studies, surveys and reports by experts, scientists and other university scholars, government leaders and technicians, legislators and business leaders.
This section is where we share advanced information, opinions and trends shaping sustainable production today and its future evolution.
Timely information, opinions and trend reports from leading experts and rigorous, cutting-edge research are the tools the IPS uses to gain knowledge and pass it on to businesses, governments, legislators, social organizations, teachers and technicians.