Seventh edition of the project aimed at generating new sustainable economy in small Italian mountain municipalities.
Oltreterra is an opportunity for comparison 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 access to the market 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 B:
The Turisms that are good for the mountains: how are the communities organised at the time of COVID- 19?
Coordinated by Antonio Nicoletti, national head of protected areas and biodiversity of Legambiente
Introduces Sebastiano Venneri, President VivilItalia
Discussion table with:
-Emanuele Montibeller – Artistic Director Arte Sella
-Vanda Bonardo – Chairman Cipra Italia
-Pierangelo Caponi – Butterflies on the way
-Luca D’Angelo – Dolomiti Paganella Future Lab
-Enrico Della Torre – Apennine Bike Tour
-Maurizio Dematteis – Sweetmountain, The responsible tourism network
-Fausto De Maria Mayor of Latronico (PZ) – Welfare communities
-Luciano Di Martino, director F.F. Parco Nazionale della Majella
-Roberta Garibaldi – University of Bergamo
-Antonello Martino – CamminaSila
-Andrea Rossi – Casentino Ecomuseum
-Michele Rumiz – Slow Travel
-Willy Reggioni – Tuscan Emilian Apennines National Park
-National Park of Casentino Forests
-Lia Cortesi – Slow Food Emilia-Romagna
-Laura Giorgi – Journalist
-Monica Valeri – APT Circuito Cammini e Vie di Pellegrinaggio (Pilgrim’s Way Circuit)
The importance of the Landscape in the Italian mountains
Coordinators Mauro Agnoletti and Gianrico Fabbri
Introduces Mauro Agnoletti
-Fausto Ferruzza – Chairman Legambiente Toscana
-Fabio Renzi – Symbola
-Jacopo Goracci – Slow Food Tuscany
-Fabio Salbitano – University of Florence
Event organised by Slow Food, in collaboration with the National Park of the 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 for the Environment, Land and Sea, Municipality of Santa Sofia (Fc), Romagna Acque – Società delle Fonti, Emilia-Romagna Region.
Event languages: IT