To meet the challenge posed by digitalization – and reap all the consequent benefits – it is more important than ever to focus on the role of ultra-broadband, increasing subscriptions by exploiting all the available technologies to guarantee uniform coverage throughout the country and, at the same time, develop network infrastructures whose performance is aligned with the needs of the demand. Study carried out on behalf of TIM.
Like the rest of Europe, today Italy is undergoing major reconstruction and recovery. The changes which in recent months have shaken the foundations of our reference scenario, have further underlined the need to build a resilient economic system, oriented to the transition to more sustainable models. Study prepared in collaboration with Snam.
Many European countries still lack a national strategic roadmap for transposing the European directives at national level and there are still some outstanding issues, starting from the need to have clearer operational guidelines for the adoption of circular models and metrics for monitoring the transition towards circular models. Study prepared in collaboration with Enel and with the scientific contribution of Enel Foundation.
Opening remarks by Valerio de Molli at the 46th edition of the Forum: “Intelligence on the World, Europe, and Italy”.
The European House – Ambrosetti, together with Microsoft Italia, have undertaken a study, the first of its kind, to identify the advantageous aspects and impacts of Cloud computing on Italy’s private and public sectors.
The transition towards a more sustainable economic and social model is both inevitable and epoch-making for our society and, from this standpoint, the new European framework—from the Green Deal to the Next Generation EU mechanism introduced to take on the COVID-19 crisis—will contribute to a further acceleration. However, for the sustainable transition to be a widespread reality in Italy, all local economies must make a positive contribution and be actively involved in the process. Study prepared in collaboration with A2A.
The strategic study, “The future of Italian industry: resilience and relaunching following the global health crisis and towards long-term competitiveness”, prepared by The European House – Ambrosetti for Fondazione Fiera Milano, is designed to generate new widespread and rooted awareness of the value of industry and the means of promoting it, starting with the trade fair system.
In 2016, The European House – Ambrosetti launched the “Liguria 2022” initiative, a platform for discussion and dialog among public and private players to relaunch the development model for the Liguria region through concrete projects and a shared medium/long-term strategy.
The European House – Ambrosetti established a high level multi-stakeholder community in 2019 to deal with the management of the world’s water resources as a driver of competitiveness and industrial development, with the goal of elaborating proposals for the government and national economy.
Again in 2019, the Italian agrifood supply chain confirmed itself to be one of the driving sectors of the national economy thanks to the sector’s positive performance, which registered record levels in many of the main economic indicators. Despite this, even Food&Beverage was subject to unprecedented impact following the crisis connected with the Covid-19 health emergency.
Categories: Sustainability / food and health