Fighting climate change by promoting the integration of circular economy, energy efficiency, and renewable energies
Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster, the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Brescia, organize - as part of the initiative "All4Climate2021" promoted by the Ministry of Ecological Transition - the conference "The Lombardy Roadmap for Ecological Transition", which will be held in hybrid mode on October 1, 2021.
The fight against climate change and the commitment to sustainable development are now essential guidelines at global level and must be top priorities for governments, civil society, investors and companies.
In this context, energy transition and circular economy are essential drivers for achieving the objectives of sustainable development and a carbon-free society. Energy efficiency and renewable energies will play a key role in achieving the target set by the European Union to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 and the zero-emission target by 2050.
With the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), the Italian government is moving in this direction, aiming to build a more competitive and sustainable country.
The challenges to be faced in order to achieve the expected results will certainly have to leverage on the joint action of the technological, economic, governance and training aspects. The conference aims to highlight the potential of integration between circular economy and energy transition in order to identify the most relevant ideas and proposals for a path that must be implemented at different scales (from global to local).
Welcome greetings - Donatella Sciuto – Deputy Vice-Rector of the Politecnico di Milano
Regional Policies in Support of Climate - Raffaele Cattaneo, Councillor for Environment and Climate
Net Zero Industrial Clusters Initiative and the role Industrial Clusters can play in the transition to net zero - Noam Boussidan, Lead, Energy & Materials Platform of World Economic Forum
The levers of Energy Transition – Stefano Besseghini, President of the Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment (ARERA)
Green Transition and the Role of a Life Company – Renato Mazzoncini, CEO of A2A
National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRP) and green transition – Luca Benedetti, Head of Studies and Monitoring Energy and Climate Plan at GSE (Energy Services Manager)
Technological innovation at the service of transition – Enrico Calzavacca, Chief Technology Innovation Officer of AB Impianti Group
Green transition and social impact – Francesco Samorè, Secretary General of Fondazione Giannino Bassetti
Building skills for transition – Marialuisa Volta, Università degli Studi di Brescia, and Renato Casagrandi, Politecnico di Milano
Experiences of energy transition and circular economy:
- Presentation of FANGHI project (Advanced forms of sewage sludge management in a Lombardy innovation hub) – Enrico Mariani, Technical Director of Purification Plants of BrianzAcque
- Presentation of BIOMASS Hub project (BIOMethane for A Sustainable Society) – Elisa Casaletta, R&D Manager of Agromatrici – Fratelli Visconti Group
Closing remarks - Luca Donelli, President of Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster
Introduces: Carmen Disanto, Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster (LE2C)
Moderator: Giorgio Guariso, Politecnico di Milano
The event is free of charge and will be held in Italian.
To participate, register HERE!
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