19 | 08 | 2017

CONNECTING ISLAND INNOVATIONS
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PROGRAMMA

27 Maggio
09.00 Registrazione dei Partecipanti e welcome coffee
Sessione Di Apertura
09.50 Apre i lavori e presiede: Mario Corongiu – Presidente ANCIM
10.00 Messaggio di Benvenuto
Luca Montella – Sindaco La Maddalena
10.15 Introduzione
Mario Corongiu – Presidente ANCIM
Gianni Chianetta – Direttore & Coordinatore Scientifico Greening the Islands / Chairman The Green Consulting Group
10.45 Isole Minori Italiane tra Realtà e Prospettive
Giannina Usai – Segretario Generale ANCIM
11.00 L’agricoltura per il rilancio dell’economia e del turismo delle isole
Rosanna Zari – Vicepresidente CONAF
11.15 Nuova opportunità di sviluppo per le isole: la valorizzazione dei beni culturali paesaggistici ed ambientali
Luca Giovanni Lioni – Consigliere Ministro Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo
11.30 Piani regionali per le isole
Cristiano Erriu – Assessore degli Enti Locali, Finanze e Urbanistica, Regione Sardegna
Pietro Francesco Zanchetta – Consigliere Regionale della Sardegna
Giuseppe Taverna – Capo Segreteria Tecnica, Assessorato Energia, Acqua e Servizi di Pubblica Utilità, Regione Sicilia Coordinatore Tavolo Tecnico Isole Minori
Loredana Capone – Assessore Sviluppo Economico & Industria Turistica e Culturale,
Regione Puglia*
12.20 Politiche Europee e globali per isole minori – tavola rotonda
Modera: Donatella Bianchi – Giornalista, Conduttrice Linea Blu, RAI 1
Salvatore Cicu – Parlamento Europeo
Andrea Merla – World Bank
Donatella Spano – Assessore Difesa Ambiente, Regione Sardegna
Giorgio Macciotta – Consigliere CNEL
12.50 Dibattito della sessione di apertura
13.15 Light lunch
14.00 I Sessione – Energia
Apre i lavori e presiede: Francesco Pezone – Partner, The Green Consulting Group
14.10 Scenario e Aggiornamento Normativo/Regolamentare
Luciano Barra – Capo Segreteria Tecnica Dipartimento Energia, Ministero Sviluppo Economico*
Guido Pier Paolo Bortoni – Presidente dell’Autorità per l’Energia Elettrica il Gas ed il Sistema Idrico
Luca Piemonti – Responsabile Domestic Activities Terna Plus
Giovanni Tagliatela – Unione Nazionale Imprese Elettriche Minori (UNIEM)
15.00 Best Practices
Aldo Bigatti – Direttore Marketing e Vendite Business Unit Light, Gewiss
Fabrizio Longo – Direttore tecnico, SEA Favignana (Proposta di Strategia Energetica per un’isola a 0 emissioni)
Giuliana Mattiazzo – Politecnico di Torino, Progetto Moto Ondoso Pantelleria
15.40 Tavola Rotonda con i Sindaci delle Isole Minori
Modera: Elena Comelli – Giornalista, Corriere Economia
16.10 Dibattito della I sessione
16.30 Coffee Break
16.45 II Sessione – Mobilità Sostenibile nelle isole e verso le isole
Apre i lavori Paolo Manzoni e presiede Enzo Guidi – Partner, The Green Consulting Group
16.50 Scenario e Aggiornamento Normativo
Mauro Bonaretti – Capo di Ufficio di Gabinetto del Ministro, Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti*
17.10 Best Practices
Michele Riccio – Coordinatore Specialist Light, Gewiss
Massimo Bergadano – Direttore Europa, CRX
Marco Ippoliti – Country Manager Italia, WINAICO
17.55 Tavola Rotonda con i Sindaci delle Isole Minori
Modera: Agnese Cecchini – Direttore Editoriale, Gruppo Italia Energia/Quotidiano Energia
18.25 Dibattito della II sessione
20.30 Cena di Gala
28 Maggio
09.00 III Sessione – Acqua
Apre i lavori e presiede: Carlo Rolle – Partner, The Green Consulting Group
09.10 Scenario e Aggiornamento Normativo
Mario Rosario Mazzola – Ordinario di Gestione delle Risorse Idriche, Università di Palermo/Esperto della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
09.25 Il ciclo delle acque – l’impatto del fenomeno migratorio
Michela Miletto – Deputy Coordinator United Nations World Water Assessment Programme
09.40 Best Practices
Jacopo Belbusti – Responsabile Ufficio Commerciale e Commerciale Estero, Protecno
09.55 Tavola Rotonda con i Sindaci delle Isole Minori
Modera: Antonio Politano – National Geographic
10.25 Dibattito della III sessione
10.45 Coffee Break
11.00 IV Sessione – Rifiuti
Apre i lavori e presiede presiede: Filippo Martines – Partner, The Green Consulting Group
11.10 Scenario e Aggiornamento Normativo
Mariano Grillo – Direttore Generale per i Rifiuti e l’Inquinamento, Ministero dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare*
11.25 Best Practices
Roberto Morabito – Direttore Dipartimento Sostenibilità dei Sistemi Produttivi e Territoriali, ENEA (Caso Favignana)
Marcello Cioccolanti – Consigliere ANTA
Emanuela Rosio – Cooperica
12.10 Tavola Rotonda con i Sindaci delle Isole Minori
Modera: Roberto Cavallo – Trasmissione Scala Mercalli, RAI 3
12.40 Dibattito della IV sessione
13.00 Conclusioni
Gian Luca Galletti – Ministro dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare*
13.15 Light Lunch in barca nell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena


*in attesa di conferma


NB: nel pomeriggio è prevista un’escursione in barca nell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena

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