The seminar series demonstrates that sustainability is a concrete economic factor in growth as well as an index of solidity.
Each seminar is structured in a theoretical session, including the presentation of case studies, followed by related testimony.
Each seminar is dedicated to overviews and in-depth analysis of the sectors that are currently the most critical for sustainability, such as:
- Energy efficiency and renewable sources
- Smart grids, smart cities
- Circular economy
- Sustainable finance
- Startups and venture capital
- Funds and insurance, asset management
- Reuse of public property
- Infrastructure and productive initiatives in developing countries
- Traditional and innovative agriculture
- Productive systems and work environments (Industry 4.0)
The course runs for a total of 40 hours. In order to receive credit, students must participate in70% of the lessons, or 28 hours, and have obtained a positive evaluation of their final project.
The course is only offered in Italian (50 students). The course calendar will be available in January.
The course is only offered in Italian (50 students).
The course calendar will be available in January.