On La Sicilia, Syracuse edition, an article on the planting of the first holm oak trees for the future Bosco delle Troiane. A project that sees the conclusion of a long process, begun with the tragic storm Vaia that struck large portions of territory in north-eastern Italy, seeing more than a million trees crashed whose trunks were reused for the Trojan show of Euripides, at the Greek Theater of Syracuse.
A journey that recounts the possibility of a rebirth of such a precious material, able to transform itself into a suggestive scenography designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti, in dialogue with nature, architecture and spectators present at the performances. The gesture represents the first seeds of an Urban Forestry journey that aims to make the soul of the city greener and to contrast with nature the pollution of the air in compliance with the provisions of the law: to plant a new tree for each child born or adopted.
To read the entire article, consult the newspaper La Sicilia of 16 December 2019.