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Fondazione per l'Ambiente, founded in Torino by 24 public and private partners operating in Piedmont (north-west Italy), is a non-profit body that promotes research, communication and experts' training in the sector of environmental policies at local level.
Fondazione CRT is a private, non-profit organisation with full statutory and management autonomy. Its projects and resources target various sectors: from the preservation and promotion of the artistic heritage and cultural activities to scientific research; from education and training to health care and assistance for vulnerable social groups; from civil protection and environmental safeguards to innovation in local institutions and support of economic development.
The Compagnia di San Paolo pursues socially useful objectives in order to promote cultural, civil and economic development with the income from its assets. Article three of the Articles of Association states that the Compania operates in the sectors allowed under Legislative Decree 17th May 1999 no. 153, from which relevant areas are chosen every three years. In any case, the Compania only makes this choice within the broad areas in which its institutional activity is organized, such as research and education, the arts, cultural heritage and activities, health, and social policy.
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The FSR was founded in 2004 by three European regulators in the energy sector. The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) was established as a centre of excellence for independent discussion and dissemination, regarding the regulation of energy (with a special focus on Energy Law & Policy and Climate), Communications & Media, Transport and Water. Since its creation the FSR has been providing a unique forum where European and national regulators, utilities, policy-makers and academics meet, debate and get trained. Through applied research, policy debate and innovative training, the FSR aims at improving the quality of regulatory policy in the crucial sectors of the European economy.
The ‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University Department of Economics (DEC) of the was established in 2011.
SocialFare® | Centre for Social Innovation , is a social enterprise based in Torino. The mission is to catalyse, generate and innovate solutions for the Common Good, including research, product/service design and entrepreneurial models to promote and support change and generate economic value from social value. SocialFare® develops ideas and plans concerning societal challenges, integrating the experience of the residents, community knowledge, expert technology and social action, in order to bring experimentation of smart solutions to the territory; ready to identify new needs and develop community services, social entrepreneurship, sustainability and networks. The Centre for Social Innovation brings together a wide range of expertise and national and international partners to support an open innovation approach capable of accelerating knowledge and entrepreneurship. People and the community are at the centre of attention, of the creation and development of innovative solutions to generate ecosystems of social sustainability.
TOP-IX (TOrino Piemonte Internet eXchange) is a non-profit consortium founded in 2002 with the aim of creating and managing an Internet Exchange (IX) for the exchange of Internet traffic in North-West Italy.Resistance
The OECD Network of Economic Regulators (NER) is an open and unique forum that promotes dialogue across regulators operating in different sectors and countries from across the world. It brings together regulators with responsibilities for communications, energy, transport and water, in addition to other economic, competition, consumer, environment and safety issues. Members share their experiences, discuss challenges, identify innovative solutions, and balance the competiting priorities that frame the features of a “world class regulator”.