Legambiente and Unipol Group united
Unipol Gruppo and Legambiente will renew the Bellezza Italia memorandum of understanding, the project for the restoration of degraded areas in Italy.
Its new priorities include the search for tools and strategies to resiliently address the challenges posed by climate change and the identification of active policies for raising awareness about environmental issues in synergy with other Italian organisations.
Speakers will include: Rossella Muroni, Legambiente National Chair; Pierluigi Stefanini, Chairman of the Unipol Group; Paolo Ricci, Ordinary Professor of Business Economics at University Federico II; Ugo Leone, Professor of Environmental Policy at University Federico II; Michele Buonomo, Legambiente Campania Chair; Luciano Garella, Superintendent of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape in Naples.
For the occasion, also thanks to the commitment of the Superintendence of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape in Naples and the Archdioceses of Naples, three major works of art are returned to the Church of Sant’Aniello a Caponapoli, in order to reconstruct the historical, cultural and religious origins of the place of worship, built in the acropolis area of Greek Neapolis and today one of the most significant relics of Naples’ unique ancient centre.