Starting with education, with children, who are the tracks on which the train of the energy transition must run. This is the message from the Undersecretary for Education Floridia. It is the first time that his Ministry has participated in this fair. Next to the undersecretary for the energy transition fountain, to the mayor Sagegholvaad and the alderman for the environment Priolo. The ribbon cutting this morning to inaugurate the salons of Ecomondo and Keyenergy: the themes are therefore those of the circular economy and renewable energies: 33 start-ups in all for the technological supply chains. Among these, for example, LetItTrees, a Rimini start-up that allows you to “adopt” a piece of the Amazon to save it from deforestation. And then Life Urban Green, which carried out a study on 90 thousand trees in the cities of Krakow and Rimini to identify a way to protect them in the urban territory.
“An event like this – he comments Lorenzo Cagnoni, president of the Italian Exhibition Group – is at the center of the issues that are close to the heart of the country and for this we are proud of it “.
There are inter pavilions dedicated to the technological innovations of the different worlds of the green economy, including machinery to manage waste, photovoltaic panels and water purifiers. In the calendar of conferences, maximum attention to the opportunities that the PNRR offers and a focus in view of Policeman 26 from Glasgow, the United Nations climate conference, with the General states of the Green economy. Here the results obtained in ten years and the strategic role of the economy looking to 2030 are investigated. Choices that start from the cities and come to change the world.
“These are important choices – explains the mayor of Rimini Jamil Sadegholvaad – also to offer a different Rimini to tourists, increasingly attentive to these issues. Environmental policies are a great factor of development, decisive for our future”.
Attention also to the school, with dedicated funds established by the government, as the Undersecretary for Education Barbara Floridia points out: “There is a plan, called ‘School regeneration’, which provides schools with resources dedicated to education sustainability, to make the classrooms green and work on different school addresses “.
In the report, interviews with Lorenzo Cagnoni (IEG president), Jamil Sadegholvaad (mayor of Rimini) and Barbara Floridia (Undersecretary for Education)