For Sustainable Sources – ANSA2030

For Sustainable Sources - ANSA2030


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  • Scotland: Free by law for products for the menstrual cycle

    With the entry into force of the Period Products Act, from 15 August, Scotland is the first country to require local authorities and educational institutions to establish the right to free access to menstrual products within established conditions. The law aims to remove the financial barriers that force the most disadvantaged women into social isolation and absenteeism from school and work.
  • ISA: Progress on Ocean Mining Regulation

    During the 27th Assembly of the International Seabed Authority (ISA), which concluded on 4 August in Kingston, Jamaica, the states entered into an agreement to ensure that “any mining activity is subject to concrete, clear and comprehensive safeguards. To protect the marine environment”, said Sanjay Nanwani, head of the Singapore delegation on the sidelines of the meeting. The delegates noted “substantial progress” towards regulating the exploitation of mineral resources in the ocean floor.
  • Starting from a loss: the OECD launches a tool for children’s well-being

    To support governments in developing policies for the welfare of girls and boys from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds, the OECD has created a dashboard containing 20 internationally comparable key indicators. The tool also offers proposals for family, housing and education policies aimed at early childhood.
  • Study: The Arctic is warming faster than expected

    The Arctic has warmed nearly four times faster than the global average in the past 43 years. This has been revealed by a study published in Nature. past August 11, which examines the extent of the phenomenon known as “Arctic amplification”.
  • Preserving the “High Ground”: The Story of “A MAB in Heaven”

    Field exploration, observation of mountain landscapes, growth of villages with digital learning methods. The outcome of the project “Un Mab in Paradiso”, which covered 13 secondary schools in the country over the summer, is positive. The initiative, promoted by Crespi High School in Busto Arsizio in Gran Paradiso Park and 25 by Aprile Institute of Facio de Cuorgne, is part of the [email protected] Natural and Artistic Treasures – Legacy of the Highlands training project, sponsored by ASVIS. ,
  • Getting Started with a Master’s in Sustainable Human Resource Management

    It is possible to enroll in the Master in Sustainable Human Resource Management organized by the European University of Rome in collaboration with ASVIS until 30 September. The course, which will be conducted in a blended learning mode, is aimed at young graduates and professionals who wish to acquire the skills to manage people and teams in companies and organizations in the name of sustainability.
  • Corso Arco: Creating the 2030 Agenda for Territories

    Registration for the training course on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) organized by the Arco di Pin Scrull of the University of Florence in collaboration with ASVIS is open until 11 September. GIS is an essential field analysis tool for public administration and for every figure involved in planning sustainable local policies focused on the specifics of places.
  • Sustainability Education Week 2022: Applications are underway

    Applications from institutions and organizations to participate in the Sustainability Education Week, promoted by Cnesa2030 under the auspices of the Italian National Commission for UNESCO, are open until 14 November. The initiative will be held from November 21 to 27 on the theme “Energy and Food Autonomy, a Road to Peace and Climate Justice”. ASviS is part of the initiative’s scientific committee.
  • Working in International Cooperation: Coupe Course

    It is possible to apply for training courses for the roles of “Project Leader” and “Project Administrator” within the School of International Cooperation, promoted by the humanitarian organization KOPI, by 16 September. The goal is to provide and hone the skills of key individuals in the humanitarian emergency and development sector, so that they can intervene in difficult contexts.
  • Getting Started with a Master’s in Sustainable Human Resource Management

    It is possible to enroll in the Master in Sustainable Human Resource Management organized by the European University of Rome in collaboration with ASVIS until 30 September. The course, which will be conducted in a blended learning mode, is aimed at young graduates and professionals who wish to acquire the skills to manage people and teams in companies and organizations in the name of sustainability.
  • Circular economy: finances a project on the alcohol supply chain

    The Ministry of Economic Development’s investment program rewards nine wineries in Emilia-Romagna, including Caviro Xtra, engaged in a common project of industrial development based on sustainability, called “The Relationship of Life”. 70 new jobs are expected due to a subsidy of 36 million euros.
  • A decologue for the election from “Energy for Italy”

    Renewable sources, energy as a general commodity, a ban on subsidies for fossils, not nuclear power. With the September 25 election in mind, the group of researchers “Energy for Italy” has produced a handbook of proposals aimed at political and power parties and voters. The document states that the “perfect storm” in which the country finds itself requires policies capable of facing and overcoming serious crises.
  • Preserving the “High Ground”: The Story of “A MAB in Heaven”

    Field exploration, observation of mountain landscapes, growth of villages with digital learning methods. The outcome of the project “Un Mab in Paradiso”, which covered 13 secondary schools in the country over the summer, is positive. The initiative, promoted by Crespi High School in Busto Arsizio and in Gran Paradiso Park by Istituto 25 April di Facio di Cuorgne, is part of the [email protected] Natural and Artistic Treasures – Legacy of the Highlands training project, sponsored by ASVIS.

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