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tedx varese
stefano boeri architetti

TEDx Varese

On Saturday November 18th, TEDx Varese takes place at Villa Ponti; the Research Department of Stefano Boeri Architetti participates with a presentation on landscape heritage and biodiversity, linked to the Parco Italia project.

The event is dedicated to solutions to the climate crisis and is aimed at all people who innovate, entrepreneurs and managers, scientists, policymakers, leaders of the future, artists, activists who want to create a better future and a net-zero Planet.

The morning includes two sessions and twelve inspirational talks, attended by the Research Department of Stefano Boeri Architetti, together with a panel of international experts, focusing on policymaking, energy scenarios and foresights, good business practices, civic activism and collaboration, sociology, good urban practices, regenerative agriculture, carbon removal, AI-based technological solutions for climate.

Parco Italia is a proposal by Stefano Boeri Architetti and AlberItalia that takes its inspiration from the broader Green Urban Oases forestation project – developed by Stefano Boeri Architetti together with the FAO and other organisations and research institutes – oriented towards the creation of ecological corridors running through 90 cities from Africa to Central Asia.

The declination of this vision in Italy envisages extending urban forestation to the 15 metropolitan areas (Bari, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Florence, Genoa, Messina, Milan, Naples, Palermo, Reggio Calabria, Rome, Turin, Venice), allowing them to be connected, via green corridors, with the Apennine ridge and the Alpine system, creating a single large infrastructure along the entire peninsula. This would create a large unitary system that would lead to the planting of more than 22 million new trees in a few years, approximately one tree for each inhabitant of the 15 cities.

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