On World Water Day, Italy becomes the dominant focal point at the pre-Expo worldwide occasion.
How might we ensure our most valuable asset, is the issue that the coordinators and Participating Countries and Organizations will endeavor to reply at the occasion booked on 23 March. “Water”, one of the weeks most extravagant topics, will be tended to at the Universal Expo from 20 to 25 March 2022.
The Italy Pavilion, along with its Partners, will take an interest in the VIRTUAL MEET with an online broadcast on the Italian Commissioner’s Office’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ItalyExpo2020. All these to offer a review, one year ahead of time, of the numerous striking focuses to be bantered in the host of activities on this theme customized over the half year Expo.
At the “Water Week” of Expo 2020 Dubai, the Italy Pavilion will lead the activities of its Partners, for example, the one advanced by the Consiglio Nazionale Forense (the Italian National Bar Association) welcoming Participating Countries to sign a report submitting them to impart assets and advances to a view to guaranteeing each individual admittance to water.
And furthermore, the association between the Milano-Bicocca University and the public authority of the Maldives, through the venture to protect the biodiversity of the coral reef, the product of the participation between the MaRHE research and advanced education community and the Maldives Marine Research Institute, which will be given sufficient space among the activities on the plan of the Italian Commissioner’s Office.
There were contributions by –
• Paolo Galli, Delegate for Expo 2020 Dubai, Professor of Ecology, Milano-Bicocca University, committed to advanced plans with a commitment on “Coral reef reclamation to safeguard Maldivian marine biodiversity”.
• Paolo Carrera, Head of Commercial and Tendering – New Energies – Onshore Unit, Saipem, with “The blue gold bet”; Francesco Greco, Coordinator of the CNF’s (Consiglio Nazionale Forense) Commission for Expo 2020 Dubai – who will clarify ” water rights: how to advance an ecocentric enactment”.
• Andrea Alessi, Marine Energy Project Manager, ENI, who will relate “Eni’s development venture on wave energy.”
• Costantino Manes, Associate Professor of Hydraulics, Politecnico di Torino, who will portray “Stream availability and fish relocation: The science behind the plan of bypassing fish.”
• Sergio Vitale, IRBIM-CNR, Institute for Marine Biological Resources and Biotechnologies of the Italian National Research Council, with a show named “Scavanger base fish fisheries in Sicily”, and a commitment by Ferrarelle, clarifying how the organization “ensures water with water”.