ESPON at "Green Economy in the Apennine region" Conference


Venue

Camerino, Italy

UNIVERSITY OF CAMERINO

22 May 2018 to 23 May 2018

Via D’Accorso 16
Conference hall of the Rectorate– University Campus, Via D’Accorso 16 Geology Centre – Via Gentile III da Varano
62032 Camerino
Italy

The Conference will collect green economy-related methods and experiences to try to answer these questions, reflecting on shared priorities and on the opportunities offered by different territories to stakeholders and sectors involved in innovation at large (e.g. energy, agri-food industries, manufacturing, tourism, no-profit). The goal is to take stock on a model for instilling green economy and fostering its development in complex areas. In particular, we aim to create the foundations of a framework for a green development strategy in the Apennine region. The strategy should be coherent with local and global demands, integrated within institutional actions by public bodies and in line with international goals requiring a greening of the economic system in order to be met (e.g. mitigation and adaptation to environmental climate change, reduction of land consumption, shifting of production towards green and organic sectors, biodiversity protection, etc.). The Conference is also an occasion for the dissemination of the Sixth Report on the State of the Alps (RSA 6), coordinated by the German Presidency of the Alpine Convention and published in 2017 by the Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention. The Conference will explore the possibility to share the ongoing experience of the Alps and the methods adopted for the Report with the Apennines.

MAIN TOPICS

  1. Green economy and natural resources management
  2. Green economy and public policies
  3. Green economy, finance, jobs and business

Link to the conference website

The Conference language is Italian

Video Contribution by Ilona Raugze, Director ESPON EGTC

Documents

Agenda |"Green Economy in the Apennine Region" Conference

  • Acrobat Document | 960KB

LinkPAs poster IT and EN versions

  • Acrobat Document | 1544KB