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When it joined the Global Compact (2009), the United Nations' multi-stakeholder network, Terna further cemented its commitment to observing the 10 principles of the Global Compact on human rights, employment, the environment and prevention of corruption. These principles were already set forth in Terna's Code of Ethics as a benchmark for the company's corporate responsibility and sustainability initiatives.

After becoming a member of the Steering Committee of the Italian network (2011), Terna contributed to its activities in 2012, taking part in the Working Group on the supply chain and, for the second consecutive year, produced an “advanced” level Communication on Progress (CoP), something only 383 member organizations of the Global Compact out of 10,452 worldwide3 can state.

(3) Source: official Global Compact website at September 2012.