Lodi Valley News.com

Complete News World

Barcolana: sustainable solutions from the Adriatic Summit Studies - Science and Technology

Barcolana: sustainable solutions from the Adriatic Summit Studies – Science and Technology

(ANSA) – Trieste, Sept. 17 – From plastics to sulfur law, from blue economy to generation Z approach, ambassador of “native” environmental sensitivity. And again, from port logistics to the challenges of the hydrogen valley, to the actions companies are taking to support and protect the environment. These are the main themes of the Barcolana Sea Summit, scheduled for October 5-7 in Trieste as part of the Barcolana54 presented by the Generali. The event, promoted by the sailing company Barcola e Grignano (Svbg), is jointly organized with the Friuli Venezia Giulia region as they await public mandates to preserve the Upper Adriatic and Central Europe.

The objective of the summit presented today is to address the complex issue of sustainability and the need for an integrated approach capable of addressing it. The promoters explained that for this occasion a laboratory will be created for technicians, scientists, politicians, communications, companies, youth and citizens “ready to work as a team to protect the Adriatic.” “Every citizen is called to do their part – Svbg President Mitja Gialuz noted – but this must be part of a global strategy guided by science.

We need a strong new alliance between audience, tester, and generations.”

“The spirit of Barcolana, sharing the same sea by boats of different classes, and respecting this element, are among the principles that have motivated us to share our policies with the environment in Slovenia, Croatia, Carinthia, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna.” To achieve the goals of the European Green Deal at least 5 years ago from 2050, we must cooperate with the Adriatic and the whole of Central Europe.”

See also  Premature menopause: what it is, what causes it and how to treat it | health

Among the expected speakers are Umberto Galimberti, Piergiorgio Odefredi, Enrico Galliano and technicians from Osmir, Arba, Augs and the University of Trieste. The NIMRZ project will also be submitted, in collaboration with ENGE, to plan a transboundary response against marine pollution in the northern Adriatic in the event of accidents at sea and on land. (Deal).