Bologna, 7 giugno 2017 - Bologna is going to be the world-capital of Enviroment for a whole week. The 11th and the 12th of June, the city in Emilia-Romagna will host G7 Environment 2017, the intergovernmental reunion composed by the most industrialized Countries in the World. Officiated by the Italian Government, the meeting aims to drive the international community in focusing on acheiving all the environmental goals: the Onu climate tasks to reach a sustainabile development, the struggle against sea pollution, the green economy, the Circular economy development. The program, which counts more than 70 events hosted in different places of the city, can already show how the 'Green future' of our cites and our Country could be.
National and local institutions, Universities, associations and companies, did take part to the organizaion of a rich program of events called #ALL4THEGREEN and focused on the environment protection and on the Circular economy. #ALL4THEGREEN includes debates, shows, initiatives, freely open to public, as a introduction and atraction on the topics of G7 Environment 2017. (The complete program is available on the website www.comune.bologna.it; all4thegreen.net). The events started last night with the evocative exhibit of Maestro Ezio Bosso, in Piazza Maggiore, and it was followed by many other meetings and debates this very morning. And they will continue tomorrow, when the central topic will be the relationship between industry and environment.
About this will be the meeting which will go on from 10 to 12 am, called ‘Manifesto to sustainability and growth for italian business’, in Cappella Farnese (Palazzo d’Accursio, piazza Maggiore 6). Then Thursday, from 4 to 7 pm, the program includes the meeting called ‘Natural gas and biomethane, national eccellence heading to defueling and sustainability’, in Cappella Farnese, at Palazzo d’Accursio, in piazza Maggiore 6. Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm, in Cappella Farnese (Palazzo d’Accursio, piazza Maggiore 6), there will be the meeting focused on the interreligious dialogue, called ‘The moral imperative for the environment’.
At 11 am, at Salone del Podestà, Palazzo Re Enzo, the focus will be on ‘How sustainable finance can contribute to economical growth and to the contrast the climate change’. Monday the 12th (from 3pm to 5 pm), the discussion will lead to ‘Reflecting on 2017 G7 enrolment: innovative approaches to action the 2030 agenda’, at Bologna Business School (Villa Guastavillani, via degli Scalini, 18). Finally, side- events will go on throughout the whole week in Bologna. Among them, we point out: the exhinit ‘Bologna Experience’ (Palazzo Belloni, via Barberia 19); ‘Pictured Bologna: three centuries of glances’, hosted in piazza Re Enzo underpass.
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