After the spring prologue, everything starts again ZIRCONOMICSFestival of Circular Economy and ecological transition. From September 14 The eighth edition of the festival, dedicated to the circular economy, has many events planned, organized by GMI (Greening Marketing Italia), Cooperativa Erica, Aica (International Association for Environmental Communications) and Eprcomunicazione. Also for live events, the venue for Circonomia will be Palazzo Banca d’Alba, and the conference room will be provided by title sponsor Banca d’Alba.
Cirgonomìa Live will open its doors with one of the new products of this edition, namely “Ecological transition: where is Europe?” scheduled in Rome Thursday, September 14 at 9.30, in the Sala Civita “Gianfranco Imperatori” in Piazza Venezia 11. During the meeting, the report Circonomia by Duccio Bianchi (Ambiente Italia) will be presented on the topic “Circonomia of the economy and the ecological transition in the 27 countries of the European Union”. “, which will be discussed by a panel of exceptional guests led by Francesco Ferrante of the Kyoto Club, such as Simone Bonafé, vice-president of the Deputies of the Democratic Party, Stefano Chiafani, national president of Legambiente, Lucia Leonessi, general director of Confindustria – Cisambiente, Riccardo Piunti, president of Conu, and Fabio Rampelli, Vice-President of the Chamber. On this day, which began with a greeting from Gianni Letta, President of the Civita Association, the Minister of the Environment, Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, will speak. This will be followed by the event “Are the Europeans right to be anti-ecological?”, with the presentation of the book by Tonia Mastrobuoni “L’ erosion”. Journalist Flavia Perina and Italo Bocchino will discuss this with the author, moderated by Roberto Della Seta – scientific director of Circonomia and Eprcomunicazione.
Zirconomia will return to normal mode Langewith numerous meetings in the conference room of the Palazzo Banca d’Alba (via Cavour, 4): let’s go Wednesday, September 20 at 17.30 at the meeting “When hospitality and sustainable development enrich a territory – the circular economy of tourism”: after a greeting from the President of ATL LangheMonferratoRoero Mariano Rabino, Michiel Costa, manager of the La Perla Hotel and the President of Marathon will discuss the topic of the Dolomites, Mariangela Franch, Professor of Management, Marketing and Management sustainable development in the tourism sector of the University of Trento, Sergio Gargiulo, President of Federalberghi Capri and Eva Codina Kandelich, General Manager of Casa di Langa. The moderator will be Bruno Bertero, Director of ATL Langhe Monferrato Roero.
Always Wednesday, September 20, but at 10.30 at Cinema Moretta (Corso Langhe 105, Alba) there will be a show dedicated to local secondary schools “Yes I Can”, organized by the RICREA Consortium, with narrator Luca Pagliari, who will be in dialogue with Roccandrea Iascone, Public Relations Manager RICREA and Roberto Cavallo. On Wednesday, September 21, at 16.30 we return to Banca d’Alba with the motto “When sustainability pays off! – Circular economics in non-financial reporting: new directions for Europe between ESG and ETS.” The debate, organized in collaboration with the Asti Order of Chartered Accountants and Experts in Accounting, will be hosted by Fabrizio Fiocchi, ESGeo and Laura Corazza, UniTO, followed by speeches from several companies that will present their sustainability reports, from Feralpi to Morato Pane, from Greenthesis Group to La Filippa and Silvateam. The event will conclude with a discussion between Piercarlo Rossi, professor at the University of Turin and member of the Board of Directors of Banca d’Alba, and Gian Luca Galletti, former Minister of the Environment and President of EmilBanca and member of the board of Nomisma. directors. The busy program on Thursday, September 21 will end at 21:00 with a meeting of Linkedin’s Top Voices Ambiente 2023 leaders Alice Pomiato, Andrea Grieco, Nicola Lamberti, Ottavia Belli, Tommaso Perrone and Giuseppe Manno. The first greetings will be from LinkedIn News Director Marco Valsecchi and Massimo Marengo from Albasolar, and the Evening Manager from Roberto Cavallo.
Friday, September 22 “General Provisions for the Circular Economy in the Province of Cuneo, organized by the CRC Foundation,” will take place at 15:30. The event will be hosted by Emanuela Rosio, Director of Envi.info, and Roberto Cavallo will present the CRC Foundation’s circular economy project. This was followed by a debate between Ezio Raviola, CRC Foundation, Giuliana Sirio, Confindustria Cuneo, Dennis Mazeri, Confcooperative and Samantha Silvestri, CSV Cuneo. The meeting will conclude with a forward-looking lecture by Michelle Moretti from the Sustainability Facile on “Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and More in the Service of the Circular Economy.” At 18.30 there will be a presentation of the book “Che il mondo ti somigli” with the President of the Confcooperative Nazionale Maurizio Gardini, who will lead a discussion with the authors Allegra Groppelli and Beba Sliepcevic, moderated by Carlo Borgogno from the Milton bookstore in Alba. After a discussion between Silvio Barbero from the University of Gastronomic Sciences of Pollenzo; Massimo Centemero, Director of the Italian Consortium of Composters and Agronomists; Roccandrea Iascone, Recreate Steel Consortium and Tino Cornaglia, Banca d’Alba.
The grand finale, again this year, with the fourth annual meeting of the Green Heroes, in the morning Saturday, September 23: starting at 10:00 am Annalisa Corrado, Francesco Ferrante and Roberto Bragalone will present the champions of the circular economy of the Kyoto Club, chosen together with Alessandro Gassmann. From 4:00 pm Milton Bookshop will host a “Green Night of Bookshops” with an author-presented presentation of four books from 3:30 pm: Iran, Women and Uprisings (Cholet, 2023) by Sarah Hijazi; at 16.30: “Tipping point. How to change your life with sustainability and strategic thinking” (Feltrinelli, 2021) by Paola Gianotti; at 18.30: “Un Due Tre Stella” (Mimesis, 2023) by Fabrizio Meni; at 21:15 “One Way Trips (And Some Returns)” (TS Edizioni, 2023) by Davide Demichelis.
Finally, great news for the third Green Music Contest, a music competition dedicated to the environment: from this year it will be held in collaboration with the AgriRock Collisioni festival, with a final evening featuring singers. from all over Italy, will take place at the Circus in Tanaro Park on Friday 27 October.
All Circonomia 2023 events will take place in the conference hall of Palazzo Banca d’Alba, will be open to the public and broadcast on various social platforms and on Circonomia TV and are aimed not only at an audience of professionals, but also at the public. all citizens are aware that the circular economy is a fundamental way to start over, giving meaning and future to the idea of a Green New Deal.