RSF @ COP28

Save the date! On 11 December 2023, as part of the Italian Pavilion programme at Cop28, RSF will hold the event ‘Regenerative Economy for a Just Transition. Managing food security, water and global health’.The role and regeneration of natural resources are crucial for the functioning of agri-food systems and for the management of negative externalities on ecosystems. […]

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RSF at EU Green Week 2023: educating for sustainability

This year the Foundation, on the occasion of EU Green Week, is organizing an event on the importance of educating all segments of the population about sustainability. The topic of ecological transition does not end with a set of rules to be applied at the corporate and state level, but must necessarily be accompanied by […]

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Andrea Illy @ Festival dell’Economia di Trento

Which world for tomorrow? This question will be answered by our co-chair Andrea Illy in conversation with Sandrine Dixson-Leclève, co-president of the Club of Rome. Human activities are hindering Nature’s spontaneous regeneration; most planetary boundaries have been crossed and various systemic crisis are on the verge. How to solve such crisis? Through the implementation of […]

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3Bee Biodiversity Innovation Summit Europe

3Bee, the main technology company for climate involved in biodiversity protection and co-founder of the Regenerative Society Foundation, organized the first Biodiversity Summit, an exclusive event to take stock of the situation on biodiversity at a national and global level, through best practices of research partners and Italian and international companies. The summit aims at […]

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Paolo Vineis @ Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino 2023

Is it possible to apply biological and theoretical criteria to cultures? Are there any similarities between some Mediterranean and Red Sea animal species’ migration and current human migrations in the same areas and directions? Our Scientific Director Paolo Vineis and the sociologist Stefano Allievi will discuss one of the major pressing themes, by bringing their […]

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Companies and regeneration: the value of science

How important is for companies to measure their impact? What should be measured? And how? To bring about a true ecological transition theoretical frameworks, benchmarks, measurement tools are needed. It is not European Union and international regulations’ to ask for them, but also consumers themselves, more and more careful about the impact of their choices […]

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Launch of the 2023 World Happiness Report

Which are the happiest countries in the world? What is the consensus view about measuring national happiness, and what kinds of behaviour does it require of individuals and institutions? How have trust and benevolence saved lives and supported happiness over the past three years of COVID-19 and other crises? How does altruistic behaviour by individuals […]

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Science and sustainable food. How scientific instruments can help food and biodiversity issues for the planet and its inhabitant health.

This two-day workshop focused on the multiple challenges agriculture is facing: producing more, consuming less and improving the food nutritional characteristics. Solutions to such challenges must be sustainable and supported by scientific and technological progress. International experts from various disciplines discussed the challenges of sustainability in the food sector in three main areas: science, health, and […]

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Climate justice: fairness for a greener future

Our Scientific Director, Paolo Vineis, led a panel of experts to discuss the need to consider climate justice within and alongside climate science. Hear from Imperial experts on the just transition, loss and damage, inclusive public policy and youth voices alongside an external climate justice campaigner, all to discuss the narrative of inclusion in climate […]

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