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SPRING MEETING "THE CITY OF THE FUTURE"

Date of publication:: 07/04/2017
Category: NEWS & EVENTS
Type: Do-it-yourself


 

 

The Spring Meeting of 5 April, organized by the Foundation for Sustainable development, undergoing preparation of the States General of the Green Economy 2017, centered on the presentation of the Green Economy Manifesto for the cities of the future.

Always aware of issues of environmental sustainability and the green economy, Colorificio San Marco took part in creating the document. 

 

 

5 APRILE 2017 -  CASA DELL’ARCHITETTURA (ROME)

The opening address was by Gian Luca Galletti, Italy’s Minister for the Environment and the Safeguarding of the Territory and Sea.

Introducing the project were President of the Fondazione, Edo Ronchi, and Professor Fabrizio Tucci, who is Coordinator of the Work Group “For a green-economy manifesto for architecture and town-planning".

The event featured several high-profile speakers.

 

 

THE GREEN ECONOMY MANIFESTO FOR THE CITIES OF THE FUTURE

The manifesto addresses the main issues of today's urban areas, such as climate change and environmental and social degradation by analyzing their causes and outlining courses of action, so as to design a desirable future for the places of daily life and their communities.

Today, architecture and urban planning play a major role in the building industry because, if based on awareness, research and technology, they can help to revive and redevelop the sector.

It is necessary to understand the territorial contexts as places of aggregation, which is why forward-looking towns and cities must enhance their networks and connections, and promote research and eco-innovation, to act as an active reference point for the economy, knowledge-sharing and sustainability.

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, DOWNLOAD THE MANIFESTO