New infrastructure and the pillar of sustainability
In collaborazione con ARS Aedificandi
Mario Abbadessa, Senior Managing Director & Country Head Hines Italy; Enrico Giovannini, Minister for Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility; Alessio Torelli, Chief Business Unit Mobility & Liquefaction Snam. Introduced by Bernhard Scholz, President of the Meeting for Friendship among Peoples Foundation. Moderated by Mariangela Pira, Journalist of SkyTg24.
Roads, bridges and tunnels, railways, ports and airports, gas pipelines, electrical grids and optic fibre, these are just some of the most important types of infrastructure needed to guarantee the social and economic life of a modern country. Building, renovating and innovating these facilities is a challenging task involving many different players in a shared planning process at regional, national and, increasingly, also international level. The building from scratch of any of these facilities needs to comply with a crucial pre-requisite: sustainability. Energy production, mobility and the construction industry are only as good as they can be based on the pillar of social and environmental sustainability. The fact that sustainability does not go against economic efficiency, but on the contrary promotes it in the medium and long run, will be one of the main discussed topics.
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