After the successful opening day of the #All4TheGreen week, which concluded with the impressive concert of Ezio Bosso in Piazza Maggiore, with a clear message asking the audience for climate action underlying the importance of the environment, day two kicked off with a discussion between a network of Italian universities and G7 delegates for sustainable development.
Lamberto Mancini explained how the theme of sustainability is at the core of Touring Club Italia. Why? Thanks to the action taken by Touring Club Italia of carefully mapping the Italian territory and putting road signs across the country, they are attributing value to the Italian countryside and delivering an enriched and sustainable environment to future generations.
The interviews were rounded up with an engaging discussion between Gian Luca Galletti, Italian Environmental Minister, and the master’s students from IULM University of Milan about the role of Italy as a leading player in the action against climate change, not only as the host country for the G7 Environment but also serving as a country model for other international players. The Minister informed that Italy invested 11 billion euros over the past three years in renewable energy. “We truly believe that in today’s economy, profits go side by side with sustainable business solutions”.