Palinsesto Convegnistico
  • Mercoledì 8 Novembre 2023
  • 10:00 - 13:30
  • Memo
  • Agorà Malatesta - Enviromental Monitoring Area pad. D8
  • italiano
  • a cura di Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee

Nature is critical to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals and limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees. The way nature is valued in political and economic decisions is both a key driver of the global biodiversity crisis and a vital opportunity to address it. The objective of the workshop is to start discussing among different stakehoders of the “value” of the biodiversity and how it can help the better climate adaptation implementation.

Session Chair

Alessandro Bratti, General Secretary of the Po Basin Authority

Programme   

10.00-10.30 Introduction by the Chairs

10.30-10.45 Accounting for Natural Capital: from the UN SEEA general framework to the EU INCA methodological approach
Alessandra La Notte, Contract Professor at the Politecnico University, Torino

10.45-11.00 “UN Agreement and EU Regulation. How to connect the economic activities and natural processes”
Lorenzo Ciccarese, NFP IPBES

11.00-11.15 Ecosystem services to support sustainable infrastructures program: Preliminary consideration
Federica Fiesoletti, ISPRA

11.15-11.30 The Nature Capital Report and the National Biodiversity Strategy
Susanna Greco, MASE

11.30-11.45 Nature Based Solution an opportunity for Sustainable Development
Carlo Calfapietra, CNR

11.45-12.00 The threat of alien species to the Italian’s  Biodiversity and Economy
Papik Genovesi, ISPRA

12.00-12.15 Ecosystem services and the value of biodiversity in Po Basin
Fernanda Moroni e Paola Gallani, Adbpo

12.15-12.30 The green infrastructure and management of natural environment
Giuseppe Dodaro, Fondazione per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile

12.30-12.45 How Nature capital is crucial for sustainable development
Ivan Manzo, ASviS

12.45-13.00 Romagna Acque case: the value of water and environment
Tonino Bernabè, Romagna Acque

13.00-13.15 Supporting multiple forest ecosystem services through new circular/green/bio markets and value chains – The Forest EcoValue project
Mita Lapi, FLA

13.15-13.30 Closure by the Chairs