Prof. Oliviero Baccelli speaks about the bridge over the Strait of Messina
The event intends to represent a comparison between the political institutions and the business world in order to share strategies, programs and objectives deriving from the analysis of the main Structural Funds dedicated to the policies of the future city, which clearly represent or could represent concrete opportunities for structural change and for the technological development of our country.
Article by Prof. Miriam Allena for Il Sole 24 Ore
An article by Corriere della Sera citing the project INHALE.
A recent study by prof. Oliviero Baccelli
The conference, organized by GEO - Green Economy Observatory of the GREEN Center and by the SuM - Sustainability Management Laboratory of the Sant'Anna School of Pisa as part of the Life MAGIS (Made Green in Italy Scheme) project, will focus on some key issues for the competitiveness of companies in the wake of the ecological transition, in our country and in the EU, with particular attention to aspects relating to the design of "green" products and to marketing and communication strategies capable of avoiding the risk of greenwashing.
Seminar organized by the Observatory on Public Procurement and Sustainability and Scuola di Specializzazione per le Professioni Legali (XXI edition)
Green Seminar with Prof. Christoph Graf, Stanford University and New York University School of Law
Interoperability, i.e. the ability of networks, systems and solutions to exchange information and communicate effectively, is one of the key elements in smart cities. The interoperability platforms make it possible to systematize the databases of institutions and companies with a view to collaboration and integration.
The workshop aims to explore the benefits and development potential of interoperability platforms and open data in both the public and private sectors.
Italy is the second largest consumer of plastic in Europe: in 2020 5.9 million tons of plastic were consumed in our country, equal to almost 100 kg per person. Plastics are used in many applications, including packaging (which covers 42% of the national plastic consumption), construction and automotive.
The main solutions for decarbonising the plastics supply chain include reducing consumption, increasing recycling rates, replacing fossil raw materials with vegetable ones. These solutions involve significant choices in the policies, management models and behavior of the operators.
The workshop will allow a comparison with representatives of academia, the public and private sector, institutions and civil society on the principles and next steps for a strategy for decarbonising the plastics supply chain.