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Auditorium Fondazione Benetton Studi e ricerche

via Cornarotta 7-9
Treviso, 31100 Italia

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27 October 2022 @ 18:30 - 20:30

Alberto Bertucco, Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Padua and Director of the direttore Centro Levi Cases, explores the theme of ‘Europe and Energy’ in a public meeting linked to the L’Europa non cade dal cielo art exhibitions organized by the Imago Mundi Foundation in collaboration with the Municipality of Treviso.

Between the energy crisis and the climate crisis, the emergency of finding gas and the need to abandon the use of fossil fuel, we are experiencing a crucial crossroads for the future of the entire planet. Individual efforts are not enough to make real change, we must work together and unite. However, the existence of a united Europe does not merely fall from the sky. Europe is the result of political agreements that are vital beyond the geographical borders of our continent.

In this event, Alberto Bertucco takes the audience on a journey through Europe’s current energy policies and the actions in place to build a desirable future. The meeting is an opportunity to understand the balance between a greener future and a present that requires swift action. The event discusses gas, nuclear power, global energy policies and what Europe is doing to reach the fateful goal of zero emissions by 2050.

Moderates the meeting Antonio Massariolo, journalist of the Unipd magazine Il Bo Live.

The free access contemporary art exhibition and a series of public events offer a reflection of what Europe is today by viewing its identity as an embodiment of democracy, and of social and civic life.

The event is part of the celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the University of Padua.