Conversations on the peaks about Life, Regener-Action, and the Future
“By 2100, the Alps will lose most of their snow cover.”
Sunday at 2,753 m a.s.l. at the Lagazuoi EXPO Dolomites
Ludovica Rubini and Riccardo Gaspari del Piccolo Brite organized a powerful opportunity of deep connection, and reflection on the future by putting an essential element for LIFE at the center of the discussion: WATER.
Led by journalist Francesco Chiamulera, creator and editor of “Una Montagna di Libi — Cortina”, I had the honor of sharing the stage with exceptionally inspiring figures in the field of sustainability and environmental science. Their expertise and passion for our planet greatly enriched the discussions and offered invaluable perspectives on the global water crisis.
Stefano Illing, with his entrepreneurial vision and deep commitment to the enhancement of the Dolomites — a priceless UNESCO heritage — illustrated concrete examples of how respect and care for the environment can go hand in hand with sustainable economic development. His dedication to protecting these unique landscapes inspired us all, reminding us of the importance of balancing progress and conservation.
Sofia Farina, an alpine meteorologist with Protect Our Winter, brought a deep understanding of climate change, sharing scientific data and field observations that painted a clear picture of climate evolution in mountain regions. His ability to explain complex phenomena in accessible terms enabled all participants to better understand the challenges our planet faces.
Fabrizio de Blasi, a CNR Institute of Polar Sciences researcher, offered a key scientific perspective, enriching the discussion with his extensive knowledge and research on glacier dynamics and the polar ecosystem. His contribution emphasized the importance of scientific research in guiding sustainability policies and practices.