Liveability and accessibility. The inclusive city
In collaboration with ARS Aedificandi
Giuseppe Bonomi, Managing Director of Milanosesto S.p.a.; Antonio Decaro, President of ANCI and Mayor of Bari; Carlo Ratti, Architect and Engineer, Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Director of the MIT Senseable City Lab; Irene Tinagli, President of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament. Introduced by Guido Bardelli, President of Compagnia delle Opere.
In the coming years, the challenge of improving people’s quality of life will largely take place in cities. It is on the type of development that we will be able to imagine and build that the solutions to old and new problems of large urban centres will depend.
In order to achieve these ambitious and indispensable objectives, which concern the entire country and Europe at the same time, the choice of orienting every new urban project towards the principles and dynamics of the circular economy, ecological transition and sustainable mobility has already been made in many experiences. What social, economic and institutional levers must therefore be involved so that the horizon of “civitas” become increasingly that of freedom and well-being for all? Is it possible to think about new forms of living, moving and working in a quest for inclusiveness? What will be the tangible features of a fully accessible and liveable city in the future?
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