A newly planted forest consisting of almost 15,000 trees, shrubs, officinal essences and 3 hectares of poplar grove with about 2000 trees and the capacity to fix up to 200,000 kilos of carbon dioxide per year.
This is the environmental requalification project conceived by the milling company Agugiaro&Figna Molini adjacent to the Collecchio plant that will see the light and give breath to the territory by November 2021. Agugiaro&Figna, together with CINSA Universities, has started this path to support the territory and its biodiversity, committing itself in more and more eco-sustainable choices. In this way the company will be able to offset the total emissions of the plants derived from wheat processing activities.
- Nelson Marmiroli, director CINSA
- Julia Hill, American environmentalist and writer
Following the round table National Tree Day: knowledge and wisdom in Italy
- Marco Benedetti, CINSA Venice
- Giorgio Vacchiano, researcher and writer
- Gabriele Locatelli, Slow Food
- Lisa Di Marco, architect and landscape architect
The meeting is promoted by CINSA (National Interuniversity Consortium for Environmental Sciences), in collaboration with Circle of Life Foundation, The Pollination Project, Slow Food, Bosco del Molino, Agugiaro & Figna.
You can follow the meeting, in Italian and English, without subtitles, on this platform, by connecting to this same link. The event is part of the program of Terra Madre Salone del Gusto.
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Event languages: IT, EN