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Tag Archives: Italy
Seven years ago, during the night of 6 April 2009 the city of L’Aquila suffered one of the most tragic events in the modern history of Italy. At 3:32 A.M. a seismic event of 6.3 magnitude, which was preceded by … Continue reading
It was held in Naples, the inauguration of Mayors Adapt initiative, commissioned by the Directorate General of the European Commission’s Climate Action and founded assuming the EU adaptation strategy to climate change. Mayors Adapt supports the cities, creating an opportunity … Continue reading
It’s August and it’s getting time for summer break. The blog will slow down a bit, for a couple weeks. For those who are not going to turn off their PCs for some weeks, some short and less short movies … Continue reading
Guest author: Davide Leone Why do we make research? This is a simple question that always I make to myself. There are many answers but one of that is because there are places, people and events like “tracce urbane” (urban … Continue reading
The European project 3ENCULT aims to bring to the foreground the historical heritage of Italian and European cities, as the recipient of potential energy-efficiency measures. So this a bit a challenge, because as we know by the energy regulations, … Continue reading