G7 environment: Promoting sustainable development

G7 environment: Promoting sustainable development

Editorial Staff
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The alliance grows between institutions, associations and companies to revitalize environmental protection and everyone's climate commitments

The Environmental G7 hosted by Italy in Bologna will be made unique by #ALL4THEGREEN, a truly rich schedule of shows, concerts and events to be held under the city’s signature twin towers: Over 70 engagements scheduled from June 5 to June 12 in Bologna to prepare and accompany the Environmental G7, which the Italian Government will preside over on June 11 and 12, with the aim of allowing the international community to move forward on all the set environmental commitments, from climate to those contained in the UN Agenda for sustainable development, the fight against marine pollution, to green finance and the development of the circular economy.
Today's launch event in Rome was attended by the Italian Minister for the Environment Gian Luca Galletti who stated: "With ALL4THEGREEN Bologna will become the world environmental capital for a week. Italy is a biodiversity superpower and the country's priority is to promote production reconversion focused on the circular economy and a better management of the Earth's resources: We can only get there with a great alliance between institutions, the world of production and civic commitment, leaving behind us the contradictions that  today still stand between environment and growth." #ALL4THEGREEN features a set of initiatives aimed at various types of audiences and is organized in collaboration with civic, cultural, university and environmental associations, as well as dozens of companies that have decided to respond to an appeal for an economy that points to the efficiency, saving and reuse of resources.
Eni is among the big companies involved in the project, having already embraced the challenge to produce "cleaner" energy. The Italian company’s commitment as promoter of the energy transition process for a low carbon future rests on three fundamental pillars: The reduction of its own direct emissions, the development of a portfolio of conventional hydrocarbons with an increasing role ascribed to natural gas and a commitment to the development of renewable sources.