Safte, the training school for ecological transition, is back

The second edition starts on Friday 20 January

“The ecological transition is no longer an option, but a necessity for everyone, starting with those responsible for companies, organizations and associations. And the second edition of Safte, the Higher Education School for the ecological transition, which starts tomorrow, Friday 20 January”. To say it is Alessandra Astolfi, global exhibition director green & technology division of Ieg.

Promoted by the Italian exhibition group, under the direction and scientific coordination of Fabrizio Passarini, full professor at the University of Bologna, in collaboration with Ecomondo and Rete Ambiente, Safte involves some of the most important names in the Italian academic and business world of the circular economy. Starting with the two presidents of the scientific committees of Ecomondo and K.EY. Fabio Fava and Gianni Silvestrini, up to the president of the Sustainable Development Foundation Edo Ronchi.

Well 10 weeks of lessons in video conference, live every Friday from 9 to 13; each training week will also be accompanied by recorded in-depth lessons, which will deal with the principles, rules and strategies necessary to encourage the adoption of a circular approach within the various industrial and corporate realities with a specialized and innovative approach. Among the protagonists of the entrepreneurial, association and editorial world, also the president of the Italian Biogas and Gasification Consortium Piero Gattoni, the general manager of the Italian Composters Consortium Massimo Centemero, Laura Cutaia di Enea, and the environmental jurist and director of the magazine Rifiuti – Bulletin of information Paola Ficco.

The academic parterre was very large, with prominent names, among others, of: Francesco Basile, Paolo Bellavista, Alberto Bellini, Andrea Bonoli, Francesco Capozzi, Loris Giorgini, Claudio Mazzotti, Carlo Alberto Nucci, Angelo Paletta, Simona Tondelli and Attilio Tuscan.

“I was very pleased – underlines Astolfi – to collect very positive feedback from the participants on the first edition of the School and we reworked the new program also taking into account their precious suggestions and today we are proud to see that our School, after just one year of vita reached 44 members, + 60% compared to the first edition”.

Partners: Italian Consortium of Composters, Conai, Mauro Saviola Group. Supporters: Acquedotto Pugliese spa, Asvis-Italian Alliance for sustainable development, Biorepack, Comieco, Italian Biogas Consortium, Crea Energia srl, Regenerative Society Foundation, Campania Region. Media partners: Adnkronos, Economy, Renewable Matter, Ferpi.