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Bioeconomy to get out of the fog: from reuse to sharing, Italy can make it
Biotechnology and the circular economy are the two pillars to restart after the Covid-19 emergency. This is explained by Edoardo Croci, coordinator of the Green Economy Observatory and former councilor for the environment
Bocconi University
Smart cities and digital services facing health, economic and social crisis caused by Covid-19

Online Workshop Osservatorio Smart City

Covid19 / When and how will the air transport sector take off again?
The international air transport sector, a symbol in itself of the freedom of movement, is facing a deep recession, explains in this video Oliviero Baccelli, professor of transport economics & policy at Bocconi, with 55% of revenues disappearing by year end - and European airlines set to be hit even harder (VIDEO)
Is another Happy Hour possible?
Declarations by Marco Percoco for an article about Milan published by il Venerdì di Repubblica
Lombardy, deciding all by itself, risks crashing
In the most covid-19 affected region, Governor Fontana takes zigzag, contradictory and in splendid isolation from the national context initiatives. The most recent is an app to track only the citizens of its territory. A nonsense, states Professor Polo in an article for
Interview to Marco Percoco by TG Leonardo
CO2/GDP Coupling: What Future Paths for the Paris Agreement?
The new Coronavirus also affects the consumption of energy
The terrible tragedy caused by the spread of the coronavirus epidemic is affecting significantly the performance of the Italian economy with the reduction in consumption of goods and services. Among these, the consumption of energy is no exception.
A New Approach for Measuring Climate Change Impact and Adaptation
Special Issue on GREEN in Via Sarfatti 25