#RiflessioniVirali is a weekly column available in live streaming on our Facebook page, every Wednesday at 4pm.
How is it born?
All of us are involved in a pandemic which has stimulated the rise of multiple thoughts, reflections and criticisms. This has led us to deal with readings and insights often limited to a small circle of scholars, but in this period they are instead the subject of extensive and debated discussions.
From this comes the idea of #RiflessioniVirali: at the centre of each discussion, the members of the UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Development and Land Management, who will address specific issues with the aim of raising relevant questions for the present and the future.
The intention is therefore to spark a constructive debate, open to all, capable of embracing a plurality of spheres, from social, economic and environmental.
Confident that this initiative can give life to viral reflections, the ultimate aim is to encourage, support and stimulate a transition capable of ensuring equity, sustainability and solidarity, for communities and ecosystems.
How to follow us?
The column is accessible not only to those who can follow the live streaming, but will be available in the video archive of our social channels, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin.
To follow the weekly appointment, every Wednesday at 16:00, click here.
Below, the archive of each episode:
Wednesday 22 April, 2020 - Dario Padovan: The ecological crisis and its future global consequences
Wednesday 6 May, 2020 - Simona Bonelli: Feasible strategies to promote biodiversity
Wednesday 13 May, 2020 - Francesco Sottile: Towards the ecological transition for the agro-biodiversity conservation
Wednesday 27 May, 2020 - Amedeo Reyneri: Pandemics and Food Supply
Wednesday 3rd June, 2020 - Savino Sciascia e Andrea Civra: Covid-19 and Fake-news
Wednesday 10 June, 2020 - Martin Lazzaro: The answer of FLACAM UNESCO Chair to the food emergency in Argentina
Wednesday 17 June 2020 - Marco Giardino: Looking at nature through the eyes of a geologist: the need for a systemic approach
Wednesday 1st July 2020 - Simone Baldovino: What is the future of the Italian health system?
Wednesday 8th July 2020- Dario Padovan and Alfredo Alietti: Forms of discrimination and racism back to Covid-19 pandemic