The €221,5 billion National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) is taking a shape and infrastructures will certainly play a central role for a structural, sustainable relaunch of Italian economy.
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Il Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza (PNRR) da 221,5 miliardi di euro inizia a prendere forma e le infrastrutture avranno un ruolo centrale per un rilancio concreto e sostenibile dell’economia italiana. Investimenti in ferrovie, porti, strade, opere idriche e ammodernamento digitale del Paese saranno cruciali per garantire una ripresa duratura e aumentare la competitività del Sistema Italia.
Will the pandemic's "creative destruction" bring us to new socio-economic models? What lessons can we learn from the experience of the last year - among all, from the vicissitudes of the vaccines - about the management of the common goods? And which mistakes should we avoid in the future? Which are the conditions for a more sustainable development? What kind of relation should be established between politics and economics? How to reform our welfare system in the spirit of a virtuous collaboration between State, private sector and civil society?
The Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas announced the Palestinians parliamentary elections have been postponed. According to a presidential decree, the ballots were due to be held on May 22nd, being the first general elections in the country in 15 years. What are the implications of the postponement of the elections? How can the international community support the democratic path of Palestinians?
2021 kicked off with some old and new challenges for Moscow: the economic and health consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new administration in the US, sanctions and volatile oil prices, and political crises in Russia’s neighbourhood, where we are witnessing an escalating stand-off over Ukraine. At the same time, international concern over the health of the jailed Russian opponent Alexei Navalny is growing, while President Vladimir Putin has signed into law the results of last year’s constitutional referendum allowing him to potentially hold on to power until 2036.
Climate change is one of the greatest challenge of our times. The Sars-Cov2 pandemic has further highlighted the need to rethink our development model on a sustainable basis.
To cope effectively with the issue, it is vital to redesign the cities in a more sustainable way, involving the local communities in an urban regeneration path.