Nature-based solutions for more sustainable cities
Nature can help to provide concrete solutions to reduce vulnerability and generate value exploiting the properties of ecosystems and the services they provide. During the workshop, the book "Nature Based Solutions for More Sustainable Cities ”- edited by Edoardo Croci and Benedetta Lucchitta and published by Emerald publisher - will be presented. It highlights the benefits generated by nature-based solutions (NBS) in cities by providing a holistic framework that considers design and planning, socio-economic evaluation and the financial dimension. The authors of the book will take part in the discussion.
Dialogues on Economics' Law
Webinar organized by the Observatory on Public Procurement and Sustainability, GREEN.
Smart cities in time of resilience
The aim of this meeting is to stimulate the debate on the concept of resilience in a perspective that is not only abstract, but also operational, in order to guide the evolution of the city in the light of the current pandemic crisis. The workshop is held on the occasion of the publication of the book “Smart cities in time of resilience” edited by Giuseppe Franco Ferrari
Wired Future Lab - Sustainable Transitions
Wired Future Lab, 22 November 2021. Circular economy and energy transition: the future of our planet is bonded to success. Interview with Gabriele Grea.
Room B, via Sarfatti 25, Milan
Public-Private Synergies, Ecological Transition and Urban Regeneration
The seminar is organized by UPEL and Fondazione Enti Locali with the scientific contribution of the Observatory on Public Procurement and Sustainability of the Centre GREEN, Università Bocconi.
Scenarios and perspectives of the electrification of public road transport through an innovative benchmark analysis
The aim of the meeting is to present the results of the research commissioned by Enel Foundation and animate the debate with the main stakeholders.
New book on urban Nature-based Solutions, edited by Edoardo Croci and Benedetta Lucchitta, will be presented at COP26
Professor Edoardo Croci, takes part to a COP26 side event in Glasgow.
What Does the Future of Shipping Look Like After Covid-19?
Commentary by Oliviero Baccelli for ISPI online
“Fit for 55”: a race towards the ecological transition
The new “Fit for 55” package, adopted by the European Commission on July 14, presents a series of legislative proposals for the definition of climate policies suitable for achieving the new target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030. The meeting is an opportunity to evaluate the impacts of the package on Italy's competitiveness and to analyze the ongoing updating of climate strategies and plans, starting with the PNIEC.
Territorialisation of EU Cohesion Policy
Online Workshop: Territorialisation of EU Cohesion Policy 19 October 2021, 14:00-18:30 CET