Coronavirus, Milan swamped by the economic crisis
"Thinking about relaunching Milan through cycle paths and kick scooters is madness, it only serves the inhabitants of the centre" -explains Marco Percoco- "Reducing the public transport means making the social costs of the reopening fall on the shoulders of the poorest. And this risks being a time bomb for social cohesion" read
Sustainability is the key to recovery
Edoardo Croci, coordinator of the Green Economy Observatory at Bocconi University, declares: "post lockdown recovery can be an opportunity only if it aims at sustainability". read
Network traffic: photography of Italy in lockdown
During the lockdown period, a sharp increase in traffic on fixed and mobile telecommunications networks has been registered. It is as if Italy had done an accelerated digital refresher course. Will the new habits resist when things will return to normal? read
Valentina Bosetti Chairman at Terna Spa
Valentina Bosetti, Full Professor of Environmental Economics at Bocconi, recently appointed as Chairman at Terna Rete Elettrica Nazionale SpA. read
Bioeconomy to get out of the fog: from reuse to sharing, Italy can make it
Biotechnology and the circular economy are the two pillars to restart after the Covid-19 emergency. This is explained by Edoardo Croci, coordinator of the Green Economy Observatory and former councilor for the environment read
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