The Science and SOS-sustainability conference cycle that we inaugurated in 2020 has allowed us to meet some of the leaders in environmental activism. Every day we are more aware that as a society we have a great challenge ahead of us, and that the solution requires everyone's commitment.
Next Thursday the 15th we will give voice to the Global Foodprint network, a group of independent experts that promote sustainability, through accounting for the ecological footprint and biocapacity. Its environmental accounting methodology allows measuring the consequences for the planet of human actions. It is one of the most ambitious initiatives to hold each country, each industry and each person accountable for the impact of their actions on the deterioration or conservation of the planet.
The event will feature the Scientific Director of the Global Foodprint network, Dr. Alessandro Galli, who has contributed to developing the ecological footprint methodology and publications, and has consolidated the environmental accounting system, which is now being used globally.
PhD in Chemical Sciences from the University of Siena, he is the author of various articles such as “Trends in the ecological footprint of the Mediterranean” or “Management and natural resources”.
Our readers and those interested in Dr. Galli's knowledge may have the privilege of listening to this scientist's analysis regarding the environmental impacts of human actions.
To register, fill out the form that you will find at this link and follow the streaming event on this same website on Thursday, December 15, at 10:00 a.m.