Few months after the launch of the European Green Deal, which has brought to the fore the issues of Climate Change and environmental deterioration as significant threats to Europe, the COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on the economy of Italy and the world.
It is therefore crucial to help our economic and productive system bounce back, and this accounts exactly for the European Commission’s unprecedented commitment to supporting the economy.
But what type of industrial system are we interested in growing again with? What direction do we expect our development to take? How can one make it consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement for the protection of the planet?
The conference, promoted by INCICO Spa at its 40th anniversary, focuses on environmental sustainability in plant engineering, in Oil&Gas, energy and petrochemical industries, and aims to provide useful insights to companies engaged in the use of innovative technologies to cope with the challenges posed by the new climate emergency.
The INCICO meeting is not intended for experts in the field only, but offers scope for discussion and caters for managers and decision-makers from the most prominent plant engineering enterprises as well as for leading representatives of Italian institutions, with a view to making environmental sustainability a pivotal theme in Italy’s development programmes.