The XXIII edition (October 16-22, 2023) of the Settimana della Lingua Italiana nel Mondo (Italian Language Week in the World) will have the theme “Italian and Sustainability,” with the aim of promoting in the world, through the Italian language, the culture of sustainability carried out by a country at the forefront of environmental issues.
For the 2023 edition, the Italian Cultural Institute of Montreal presents the lecture ” l’Italia che Cambia” given by Daniel Tarozzi.
Tuesday October 17 at 6:30pm
Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Montréal
1200 Av. du Dr Penfield
The conference will be in Italian with simultaneous translation into French
Far from the spotlight of the mass media, there exists an Italy that develops innovative projects every day, but does so by putting environmental, social, ecological, economic and human sustainability at the center. A real Italy that Changes, that works, based on the precepts of the circular economy, that builds new paradigms and rediscovers ancient practices to reconcile individual and collective well-being by trying to respond to the challenges of the contemporary world: from the climate and ecological crisis to the economic and social crises, passing through the problem of waste, fires, droughts, and food shortages. This virtuous Italy has been all too much overshadowed by news about the mismanagement of Public Thing.
Daniel Tarozzi, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of “l’Italia che Cambia” newspaper will take us on a journey to discover an Italy that is sustainable and able to cope with the ongoing evolution.
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