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Experiences & Actions for Sustainability. Land Repair Day. Goal 2030

The theme of sustainability discussed from multiple points of view through the experiences and concrete actions of different stakeholders was the subject of the seminar organized by the Land Repair group of Mantovalab. The experiences reported, different in type, purpose and users, have highlighted the need to act with an integrated approach. Starting from Goal 11, “Sustainable Cities and Communities”, of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the aim is to develop a 360° sustainability.

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Inclusive Design Open Talks!

To foster a culture of inclusive design, the Think Tank “Inclusione e Città Storica” promotes a number of round tables through which we aim to set up a multidisciplinary dialogue. This event is intended as a moment of exchange between young researchers from national academia and research community working on inclusion and historical city.

Historical infrastructures, a resource for the future

The research began as part of the collaboration with the Association “Friends of the Railway Suzzara-Ferrara” that on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the construction of the railway line has activated some initiatives to disseminate the knowledge of this infrastructure.

Places Without Limits. In search of new relationships in the city

The idea of the workshop started from the Cooperation Agreement signed in June 2015 by the Municipality of Cerea and the Mantova Campus of the Politecnico di Milano.
The agreement formalized the desire to promote initiatives aimed at carrying out studies and research that could, on the one hand, allow the completion of qualified educational paths able to deal with the set of issues that affect the city today, and on the other hand provide the municipal administration the opportunity to acquire a set of functional reflections to trigger a discussion.

Mantova Human Design

The Mantova Human Design research project focuses on three themes: the city of Mantua, the people who live there, the project; three strongly connected areas on which attention has been focused in a connected way.
“Human” in the sense of a common denominator that identifies us as human beings, without further categorisation