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Sustainable development: Asvis, the environment-society connections

2020-06-05T04:49:43.952Z

The close link between environmental and social phenomena made all the more evident by the experience of the Covid-19 epidemic is at the center, tomorrow of the third and final appointment of Asvis Live: three steps towards the Festival. (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - ROME, JUNE 03 - The close link between environmental and social phenomena made all the more evident by the experience of the Covid-19 epidemic is at the center, tomorrow of the third and last Asvis Live event: three steps towards Festival.
    The meeting "Environment, health and sustainable societies: discovering connections" will be streamed live on June 4 at 3:30 pm on the sites and social channels of Asvis, on ANSA.IT and ANSA2030.
    The appointment will explore the interactions and vulnerabilities of natural, artificial and social environments with experts, representatives of companies and institutions who will intervene on overcoming the crisis in compliance with the criteria of sustainability. Donatella Bianchi, WWF Italy president, Stefano La Porta, president of ISPRA, architect Stefano Boeri, sociologist Chiara Saraceno, while discussing 'Natural environment', 'Artificial environment' and 'Social environment', while of 'Transformative resilience for sustainable development 'we will speak with Mario Cerutti, Institutional Relations and Sustainability Officer of the Lavazza Group, Vincenzo Durante, Head of the Invitalia Employment Area, Marisa Parmigiani, Sustainability Manager of the Unipol Group and Silvia Stilli, AOI Solidarity and Cooperation spokesperson.
    The work will be concluded by the President of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Silvio Brusaferro, and the Minister Minister of the Environment, Sergio Costa. To celebrate the World Environment Day, there will be a connection with the Living Chapel, installation of the Botanical Garden of Rome, a "point of reflection on the importance of protecting the environment, in light of the 2030 Agenda and the Encyclical of Pope Francis, Laudato Si ". (HANDLE).

Source: ansa

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