“It is important that those who have the opportunity to give complete and concrete answers do so”
“What hit Emilia-Romagna is another of the dramatic events that are hitting the planet. We are very supportive and close to all the people who have been involved in this drama. We have colleagues who had to evacuate by helicopter to take shelter with their families, so we feel this emergency even closer since we also experience it within our company”. This was stated by Massimo Scaglia, CEO of Syngenta Italia, commenting on the disaster that occurred in Emilia-Romagna and caused by bad weather, on the sidelines of the event “Open Science – soil health, climate change and agricultural productivity: let’s talk about regenerative agriculture”, which is part of the company’s “Open Science” project and was held on the occasion of the seventh edition of the Mantova Food&Science Festival, organized by Confagricoltura Mantova.
“It is important that whoever has the opportunity to give complete and concrete answers does so – concluded Scaglia – The government is moving in this direction and we, like the entire agricultural sector, I am sure we will do our part to limit the impact and provide for the fastest possible recovery”.