Mediterranean, hydrogen, science and religions: in Trieste, GeoAdriatico puts dialogue at the center once again

Mediterranean, hydrogen, science and religions: in Trieste, GeoAdriatico puts dialogue at the center once again

Trieste The Mediterranean, hydrogen and space. The blue economy, interreligious interaction, and climate change. GeoAdriatico breaks down the new geopolitical frontiers of our time with a look at the challenges of the future. From 8 to 11 June, the International Symposium, promoted by Vitaly Onels and in collaboration with the University of Trieste, will bring conferences, workshops, round tables and judicial lectures to Trieste on issues of the present: diplomacy, economics, science and religions, plural.

The third edition of GeoAdriatico, which enjoys the media partnership between Ansa and InTrieste, will see the participation of more than a hundred scientists, economists, engineers, architects, political and religious authorities and guests from 25 different countries. International cooperation experts who will compete on the topics of environmental diplomacy, cities of the future, transport and port infrastructure, and the impact of microplastics on biodiversity in the Mediterranean. From the 2030 Agenda and the “5 + 5 Dialogue” of the G20 and artificial intelligence. From Hydrogen Valley Financial Architecture and the European Bank.

From wars and migrations, from the multiplicity of religions as a way to peace. The symposium thus “returns the dialogue to the center of political, economic and cultural choices – explains Roberto Vitali, President of GeoAdriatico – rejecting knowledge, environmental transformation and digitization in a future perspective”.

In a period marked by the neighboring war in Ukraine and the distant echo of the pandemic, GeoAdriatico – which enjoys the patronage of, among other things, the Senate of the Republic and the Chamber of Deputies, as well as the Bcc Venezia Giulia – presents itself as a “container without flags” and an international dialogue in a city with a Central European vocation: a bridge Between the Mediterranean Sea and Northern Europe, a corridor on the Balkan route, an international scientific pole, a commercial port, and a multi-ethnic and multi-ethnic country. multi-sectional box.

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Identities that can be found in many of GeoAdriatico’s partners, including: Ispi, Sissa, Ictp, Area Science Park, Ogs, Icgeb, Twas, Elettra Sincrotrone, InCe, Uwc, Fincantieri, East Adriatic Port Authority and Trieste Port Captain, Mib, Chamber of Commerce, Trieste Airport, Consular Corps of Trieste and Maritime Directorate of Fvg.

The full program of meetings and names of international importance was presented in the Cammarata hall of the university: discussions and seminars with the aim of “promoting the integration of knowledge – said the university’s rector Roberto de Lenarda – and offering a perspective of sustainable development for future generations”.

Thursday, at four o’clock in the afternoon in the Mediterranean, begins with a conference on the economic growth of the countries bordering the Adriatic Sea. On Friday, from 9.30 in the Chamber of Commerce, a meeting on the Alpe Adria air group will be discussed, while at 10 in the representation room of the InCe secretariat, science, diplomacy and the university in the interreligious dimension will be discussed: among others, Nader Akkad, imam of the Great Mosque in Rome.

On Saturday, at ten o’clock in the Red Room of the Port Authority, a symposium on hydrogen and “blue diplomacy” will take place, while at four o’clock in the Teresiana Room of the Bcc there will be reflections on cross-border mobility and sustainable tourism, with a focus on Gorizia and Nova Gorica, the capital of European Culture 2025.

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