SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN VAL DI CORNIA: CAMPIGLIA MARITTIMA, SUVERETO, AND PIOMBINO CITY COUNCIL AUTHORITIES DISCUSS EU PROJECT “LIFE REWAT” RESULTS WITH RESEARCHERS OF SANT’ANNA SCHOOL LIFE SCIENCES INSTITUTE
On September 10, 2020, mayors, and representatives of City Council Authorities of Campiglia Marittima, Suvereto, and Piombino participated in an online conference to discuss water resources sustainable management in the Val di Cornia area together with Sant’Anna School researchers of the Life Sciences Institute who worked on the innovative blue infrastructures for water-related agroecosystem services as the main objective of the LIFE REWAT project.
Bringing together leading experts and public figures such as Mayor Alberta Ticciati (Campiglia Marittima), Mayor Jessica Pasquini (Suvereto), Mayor Francesco Ferrari (Piombino), President Giancarlo Vallesi and coordinator Alessandro Fabbrizzi (Consorzio di Bonifica 5 Toscana Costa) and President Stefano Taddia (ASA Spa), researcher Rudy Rossetto (Sant’Anna School), Marco Masi (Tuscany Region Authority) and Mirco Brilli as a representative of ASA Spa, the debate was informed by research results from the Life Rewat project.
Sant’Anna School researchers are actively pursuing research and innovation on rebalancing the water budget of the hydrologic system in the Val di Cornia area and the capacity building and participatory actions in a changing climate setting.
“Climbing for Climate” aims to raise awareness about the impact of climate change: on Saturday, 19 September 2020, Sant’Anna School faculty members and students go mountain and hill walking from Certosa to Verruca Calci
A walk in the mountains will not solve the climate crisis or save the planet but is a collective action to raise awareness about the impact of...