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TIM’s strategy for the three-year period 2018 - 2020 places the spotlight on digital.

With the development of latest generation ICT infrastructure, and a constant focus on security and the development of innovative services, the Group provides a decisive contribution to the digital transformation the country requires in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, which Italy still has much work to do on.
In fact, according to the new Bertelsmann–SDSN Report(*), Italy placed 30th out of 157 in the world and 17th out of the OECD countries in the rankings of progress towards the sustainable development goals.
The table describes the 11 most significant objectives in the TIM value chain (identified considering the material topics and analysing the corresponding targets, on which we can have a bearing as a company), where the priority level is based on the divide recorded in Italy with respect to a theoretical value of 100.   

 


(*) “SDG Index and Dashboards Report” produced by the Bertelsmann Foundation and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)

 

tim strategy 2018 - 2020

Read the DigiTIM strategic plan approved by the Board of Director.
All the information on the Management Presentation of Telecom Italia FY 2017 Results and 2018-2020 Plan
SDGs
Gap
Target  

No. 12: Responsible consumption and production

43 12.2 - 12.8

No. 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions

40 16.2 - 16.5

No. 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

39 9.1 - 9.4

No. 5: Gender equality

33 5.8

No. 10: Reduced inequalities

28 10.2

No. 13: Climate action

24 13.1-13.3

No. 8: Decent work and economic growth

21 8.2 - 8.4 - 8.5 - 8.7 - 8.8

No. 7: Affordable and clean energy

12 7.2-7.3

No. 4: Quality education

9 4.4 - 4.8

No. 3: Good health and well-being

8 3.8

No. 11: Sustainable cities and communities

8 11.6
The main conclusion of this analysis conducted by TIM on the public data “SDG Index and Dashboards Report”, read with the results of the 2017 materiality matrix and considering the impact the ICT sector has on the SDGs, is that Italy will only be able to achieve these SDG objectives with incisive policies on energy and ecological transition, strong investments in energy and human capital, and sector-based policies aimed at reducing inequalities, regenerating ecosystems at risk and improving infrastructures and quality of life in cities.