From Friday 19th to Sunday 21st November at the Verdi Theater in Pordenone
‘Green Challenge’, a survey on the sustainability objectives of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, is the theme of the third edition of R-evolution, the format of contemporary history lessons promoted by the Verdi Theater in Pordenone, a program focused on closer news, from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st November, in attendance.
R-evolution 2021, promoted in synergy with Crédit Agricole FriulAdria, with the collaboration of the Pordenonelegge Foundation and Cgn Esploratori Culturali, curated for the Europa Cultura Association by Daniela Volpe and Paola Sain, takes place after the Cop26 in Glasgow. Three days of meetings, dialogues and scenic events designed to combine entertainment and insight into the ‘Green Challenge’ which has become ‘the’ primary question of our time: because talking about sustainable development today means addressing not only ecological issues, but also planning actions and behaviors on the subject of inequalities, eradication of poverty, the right to food and health for the people of the planet, gender issues, the right to education, peaceful and inclusive societies, safety and livability of the urban settlements of the new millennium. A broad and articulated vision, contained in a programmatic document, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations.
Among the protagonists is the English economist Raj Patel, environmental activist, author of the cult essay ‘I master of food’, for the first time live in Italy with the documentary film ‘The ants & the grasshopper’, Luca Mercalli, Veronica Pivetti, Lucia Goracci, Andrea Segrè, Massimo Cirri, Paolo Rossi, Sabrina Giannini, Claudio Pagliara, Chiara Pavan, Barbara Serra, Gian Mario Villalta, Silvio Brusaferro, Giorgio Zanchini and the undersecretaries of the foreign ministry, Benedetto della Vedova , and the Vannia Gava Ecological Transition.