Oltreterra – New sustainable economies for the Italian mountains

Streaming from

Santa Sofia, Italy

November 6th at 09:00 in your time zone

Free event

November 6th at 09:30 in your time zone

Free event

November 6th at 11:30 in your time zone

Free event

November 6th at 15:00 in your time zone

Free event

Seventh edition of the project aimed at generating new sustainable economy in small Italian mountain municipalities.

Oltreterra is proposed as a moment of confrontation between those Local Promotion Bodies and Associations that work together to promote the idea of a territory that tends towards “total quality”. The aim of Oltreterra is to facilitate market access for companies in the Italian mountain area. In this seventh edition Oltreterra proposes a webinar from all over Italy to talk about good economies for the Italian mountains.

Here is the programme for the day in Room A:

9.00 a.m. Opening hours

Daniele Valbonesi – Mayor of the Municipality of Santa Sofia (FC)

Tonino Bernabè – President of Romagna Acque-Società delle Fonti

Lara Malavolti – Slow Food Emilia-Romagna Coordinator

Francesco Occhipinti- Chairman Legambiente Forlì-Cesena

Luca Santini – President of the National Park of Casentino Forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna

Fausto Giovannelli – President of the National Park of the Appenino Tosco Emiliano National Park

Gabriele Locatelli – Oltreterra, seven years of achievements for a mountain on the web – starting from the themes and ending with the results

9.30 a.m.

The Forest Agreement: a necessity that cannot be extended – Coordinates Raul Romano
-Alessandra Stefani – Director of the General Management of Forests M.I.P.A.A.F.
-Raoul Romano – C.R.E.A. Roma: Forestry Associations: a tool for responsible management and sustainable socio-economic development
-Federico Roggero – Università la Sapienza – Rome; The Forest Agreement: an innovative legal instrument for the development of virtuous synergies to the benefit of internal areas
-Marco Maltoni – Order Notaries Forlì-Cesena: The clauses of the forest agreement
-Enrico Calvo – former ERSAF Lombardy Manager: Why it is necessary to evolve the forest pact
-Gabriele Calliari – President Federforeste

11.30 a.m.

Microfiliere Forestali per Microeconomie sostenibili, as paths for the rebirth of sustainable economic management of Italian forests – Coordina Gabriele Locatelli

Introduces Antonio Brunori, PEFC Italy Secretary General – Protecting the planet through the use of “guaranteed” Italian and foreign woods
-Marco Togni – DAGRI – University of Florence: Wooden cultural heritage: from the forest to the load-bearing structures of the ancient palaces, in the light of the Technical Standards for Constructions. The historical fir tree experience is born
-Giuseppe Vignali, Director of the National Park Tosco Emiliano: L’Abetina reale and the network of historical woods
-Rinaldo Comino, Autonomous Region Friuli-Venezia-Giulia: Why qualify historical woods
-Parco Nazionale Foreste Casentinesi; Monte Falterona and Campigna: The Forests of the Grand Duke and the Florentine Renaissance
-Giorgio Vacchiano- University of Milan: The Apennine forests: a changing world
-Enrico Marchi – DAGRI – University of Florence: The valorisation of local wood between ethics and economy

3:00 p.m.

Le Cooperative di Comunità – A strategic bet for the Italian mountains: how to make a movement that is spreading in the country grow, among good practices and proposals

Coordinates Enrico Fontana, National Secretariat Legambiente

Introduces Nicolas Raffieri – Economic and legal consultant for small businesses in the Third Sector

Discussion table with:
-Paolo Scaramuccia – Head of the Legacoop National Community Cooperatives project
-Lorenzo Barucca, Civil Economy Office of Legambiente
-Sirio Farini – Community of Vallesanta Società Cooperativa – Chiusi della Verna (AR)
-Simona Magliani – Cooperativa di Comunità di Cerreto Alpi (RE)
-Oreste Torri – Cooperativa di Comunità di Succiso (RE)
-Alessandra Telch – Bread Community of the Dolomites – Salorno (BZ)
-Paola Colombo – Cooperativa di Comunità La Volpe e il Mirtillo – Ormea (CN)
-Francesco Pascale – the TerraFelix project by Legambiente Succivo (CE)
-Gloria Ferrari – Ortara Cooperative – Caprigliola di Nulla (MS)
-Simone Gentile – The community apiary of Castel Del Giudice (IS)
-Cinzia Angiolini – Cooperativa Valli di Ziri – Zeri (MS)
-Maurizio Rossi – Cooperativa Torrano Domani – Pontremoli – (MS)
-Maxime Anelli – Cooperativa Guidanese – Guinadi (MS)
-Alessio Bocconi – Slow Food Trustee of Lunigiana

Event organized by Slow Food, in collaboration with the National Park of Casentino Forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna, Legambiente, P.E.F.C. Italy, the University of Florence, the National Park of the Tuscan Emilian Apennines, and the C.R.E.A. E under the patronage of the Ministry of the Environment and Protection of Land and Sea, Municipality of Santa Sofia (Fc), Romagna Acque – Società delle Fonti, Emilia-Romagna Region.

Here you can find more information. To follow in streaming the works click here (Romagna Acque LS1 Room).

Translated with (free version)

Other info

Event languages: IT

Online event

Event tags

Similar events

Discover more related events