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.
May 5, 2020
During the second Italian-French Dialogue for Europe a paper entitled “Nutrition and Sustainability. Changes and Challenges in the Years to Come” was presented.
In some areas, such as Italy, the promotion of a culture aimed at sustainability and prevention of natural and climatic risk finds the perfect terrain. In fact, on a global level, Italy is only behind China, Japan and the countries of Central and South America in terms of environmental risk.
Monday, October 10, 2016, from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo Da Vinci”
Via San Vittore 21, Milan.
This is the topic of the Forum that The European House – Ambrosetti will carry out in collaboration with Eni next September 20 in Rome. The Forum will be an event of high-level discussion, debate and analysis, addressed to key stakeholders.
Achieving increased autonomy, sustainability and efficiency in terms of energy requirements is, today, an established strategic goal. A potential instrument in contributing to attain these results are energy communities.
A study promoted by the entire plastics sector supply chain (including COREPLA) and carried out by The European House – Ambrosetti that examines the plastics life-cycle. Priorities identified for the sector include promoting an environmentally-sustainable “end-of-life” and, therefore, development of recycling and recovery.
RaiNews 24: Valerio De Molli examine the lines for action suggested by the 2014 Meridiano Sanità Report.
Rai Parlamento: Coverage on the main issues raised in the 2014 Meridiano Sanità Report.