World Meteorological Day: on Thursday, March 23, Alberto Pirni, professor at the Sant'Anna School, participates in the meeting "The Future of Weather, Climate and Water across Generations" organized by the Italian Air Force
The initiative is directed to high school students and aims to raise their awareness of climate change issues. Guests include the ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano
March 23rd is celebrated the World Meteorological Day: for the occasion, the Italian Air Force is organizing, in Rome, at the Salone d'Onore of CONI, a meeting with students of high school in Lazio on the theme indicated by the World Meteorological Organization. The purpose of the event, moderated by Chiara Giallonardo, journalist and TV anchorwoman, is to bring the younger generations closer to the issues of climate change, illustrating the tasks of national institutions and, in particular, the role of the Italian Air Force in atmospheric monitoring activities within the framework of existing national and global collaborations under the auspices of the World Meteorological Organization.
Among the participants is Alberto Pirni, professor of Moral Philosophy at the DIRPOLIS (Law, Politics, Development) Institute of the Sant'Anna School. Along with him will be content creator Tudor Laurini (aka Klaus), Federico Benuzzi, theoretical physicist, professional actor and science divulgator, Luca Parmitano, AM experimental pilot and ESA astronaut connected from Houston, Andrea Patassa, experimental pilot and member of the ESA astronaut reserve, Chiara Ludovico, meteorologist and environmental engineer, Giancarlo Simeoli, sailing champion, and Olympic synchronized swimming champion Lucrezia Ruggiero.
The event will be streamed live on the Italian Air Force's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@AeronauticaMilitareOfficial