Fiona Ackerman

    Fiona Ackerman lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. She studied fine art at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Her work has been in many exhibitions and art fairs in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to her painting practice, recent projects include large-size murals, video projections and collaborative music-video projects. Her current work explores botanical history and stories from the natural world

  • Relating to the natural world by Fiona Ackerman

Miriam Allena

    Associate Professor Department of Legal Studies Bocconi University

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Environmental legislation (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Lorenzo Allevi

    CEO OltreVenture

  • Come investire nell’ambiente (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Stefania Amato

    Food Systems Network Manager C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group

  • Talking about climate change (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Adriana Baffetti

    ALPI Member affiliated with CCI

  • The certification is a label (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giorgio Baldizzone

    President ENSEA

  • Environmental sustainability strategies for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Banca d'Italia

Elisabetta Baronio

    Elisabetta leads Timberland sustainability projects in EMEA. In her role she is responsible for implementing Timberland S&R strategy in the region, supporting the development of better products, building stronger communities and creating a greener future. Previously she managed the VF circular economy program in Europe, where she trained all VF EMEA based designers on circular design principles and she lead the ‘Make Fashion Circular’ partnership with Ellen MacArthur Foundation. She joined VF in 2015 from Gruppo Campari, a leading company in the spirit industry where she kicked off the group sustainability program. Elisabetta lives in Lugano with her husband and her daughter.


Silvia Batello

    Lawyer Rödl & Partner

  • Environmental legislation (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Lady Be

    Lady Be, pseudonym of Letizia Lanzarotti, born in Rho (MI) in 1990, is an Italian contemporary artist. Since 2009 she has been creating works of art made entirely from recycled plastic objects. She collaborates with Legambiente and Fai and in 2019 she collaborated with Disney Pixar, reinterpreting with her technique some of the main characters of Toy Story 4. Her works are exhibited in Milan Malpensa (airport) since 2019. In fact, Lady Be creates live performances and special exhibitions not expressly in traditional artistic contexts, such as her exhibition of works with a musical subject reserved for the backstage of the May 1 Concert in Rome, and the live performance at the K Fair in Düsseldorf 2019, the most important plastics fair in the world. He exhibits in Museums, Palaces, Monuments, Foundations, Galleries in various cities: New York, Paris (on the Eiffel Tower), Amsterdam, London, Barcelona, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Lisbon, Brussels, Malta, and in the main Italian cities. Among the selected Italian institutional exhibitions, in 2016 in Milan (Brera) at the Ex Studio of Piero Manzoni, in 2017 at the historical Palazzo Oddo in Albenga (SV), in 2018 at the Castello Visconteo in Pavia (Musei Civici) and in 2021 at Palazzo Cicogna, Busto Arsizio (VA).

  • Plastic Contamporary Mosaic by Lady Be

Leonardo Becchetti

    Full Professor of Political Economics – Tor Vergata University of Rome. Co-founder of Next and Gioosto. Author of about 500 works including scientific publications, working papers and numerous popular volumes. Economic advisor to the Minister of the Environment and coordinator of the “sustainability and resilience” task force of the Lazio region. he is one of the promoters of the School of Civil Economy, a columnist for Avvenire, a blogger for Repubblica.it, a member of the scientific committee of Corriere della Sera Buone notizie, a member of the organizing committee of the Social Weeks. Director of the Master in Development Economics and International Cooperation (MESCI). President of the Ethics Committee of Etica sgr.

  • YES, I WANT TO BE LABELLED (Green Talks 2020)

Giusy Bettoni

    An expert in textile value chain, Giusy has superior technical knowledge within the raw material market sector, as well as precise marketing and communication skills. In 2007, Bettoni created C.L.A.S.S. (Creativity Lifestyle and Sustainable Synergy), her mission was to change the perception of “sustainable” fashion and create an international forum for textiles, fashion, lifestyle and home design. Her company C.L.A.S.S., has become a global resource for responsible material innovation, education, marketing and communication. Giusy and her team introduce a new way of design thinking that represents a shift in culture to empower businesses to be competitive and socially responsible. Bettoni takes a synergetic approach with designers, brands and international organizations to provide brand insight that includes smart fabrics and technological breakthroughs. PREMIERE VISION, Sustainability Consultant for Smart Creation CFDA + Lexus Fashion* Initiative Advisory Board Arab Fashion Council, Sustainability Consultant Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, curator Sustainable Thinking Renoon, advisor Fashion for Good, mentor Accelerator Programme 2020

  • Green Pills 2019

Alessandro Bianciardi

    Co founder Biomimicry Italia

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Biomimicry (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Mariasole Bianco

    Mariasole Bianco is a marine conservationist and ocean advocate. She coordinates the Young Professionals network of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, host a TV show in Italy about ocean wonders and issues, works with private sector on ocean responsibility, teaches at University of Genoa environmental dissemination and is the founder and president of Worldrise, an Italian non-profit organisation focused on marine conservation and young professional empowerment.


Corrado Bina

    Home Division Manager MM Spa

  • From the Resilient City to the Resilient Neighborhood (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Emanuele Bompan

    Environmental journalist and geographer. He is an expert on circular economy, climate change, innovation, energy, sustainable mobility, green economy. He lives between Italy and the United States. He is the editor-in-chief of the magazine Matter Renewable, collaborates with newspapers such as La Stampa, Nuova Ecologia, Oltremare. He has a PhD in geography and collaborates with ministries, foundations and think-tanks. He wrote the Geopolitical Atlas of Water (2019, HOEPLI), Water Grabbing - the hidden wars for water in the 21st century (EMI, 2018) "What is the circular economy" (ed. Ambiente, 2017), also released in English edition What is the Circular Economy, and The world after Paris: the climate agreement seen from Italy: perspectives, critical issues and opportunities (ed. Ambiente, 2016). He has won the European Journalism Center IDR Grant four times, once the Middlebury Environmental Journalism Fellowship and was named Earth Journalist 2015. he Has done reports in 76 countries, both as a journalist and as an analyst.

  • Green Pills 2019

Ilaria Bonetti

    Project Manager SmartPilots

  • The bioeconomy or the economy for life (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Nadia Boschi

    Head of Sustainability Lendlease

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Building real estate can turn green (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Peggy Branningan

    As LinkedIn’s Director of Global Environmental Sustainability, Peggy leads the company’s ambitious climate commitments: carbon negative, zero waste, biodiversity, and water positive operations. She also partners with LinkedIn’s data insights team and online learning team to deliver green economic insights and sustainability training on the LinkedIn platform. Peggy collaborates across the enterprise to spearhead sustainable innovation in real estate design and build, workplace operations, events, data center operations, procurement, and travel. Working with internal and external stakeholders, Peggy leads initiatives to accelerate efficiencies for energy, water and waste. Her team launched a Go Green program that has mobilized and engaged over 2,500 employees Worldwide. She implemented an internal carbon fee and led the company’s achievement of carbon neutrality. Peggy earned an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business with a Public Management certificate. She is a FitWel Ambassador, with certifications in GRI corporate responsibility reporting and Zero Waste.

Clare Brass

    Clare Brass is a designer, innovator and educator with a focus on sustainability and circular economy, connecting design thinking with business strategy. With nearly 20 years’ experience as a design practitioner, she became head of Sustainability at Design Council, and later founded and directed SEED Foundation, exploring design-led entrepreneurial opportunities from social and/or environmental challenges. She set up and led SustainRCA at the RCA where she was also Leader of Sustainability & Enterprise for Innovation Design Engineering together with Imperial College. She currently is co-director of Department 22, an innovation consultancy for circular economy, with a focus on the food sector. She uses a variety of design methods (as well as a bit of her own creative spark) to help businesses and individuals create and develop great ideas and strategies to drive transition to a better world. A trustee of the London Community Resource Network (2010 – 2013), and a mentor for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (2011-2017), she has also worked for a variety of global industries across all fields including Nissan, M&S, McDonald’s, Hitachi, Coca Cola, London Olympics and more. Clare is a keen environmentalist and food grower and has developed commercial and entrepreneurial projects around environmental and welfare impacts of the poultry industry (www.department22.uk/work-archive.html), as well as set up and run a community food waste and recycling project, on the Maiden Lane Council Estate in Camden (www.cargocollective.com/foodloop). During the Covid down-time, Clare and her colleagues at Department 22 have been busy setting up a new start-up that aims to make it cheaper and easier for people to access DISH® food (Delicious, Independently produced, Sustainable & Healthy).

  • Clare Brass (Green Voice 2020)

Luca Brusamolino

    HR and Consultat Workitect

  • How to make eco-friendly design (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Thomas Bryant

    Managing Director & Founder TFB Consulting

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Environmental sustainability strategies for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Mauro Buonocore

    Communication Officer CMCC

  • Talking about climate change (Milano Green Forum 2019)


C40 - Cities Climate Leadership Group

Marco Caffi

    COO - Green Building Council Italia

  • Building real estate can turn green (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Noemi Canevarolo

    Programme officer Environment Area Cariplo Foundation

  • Delivery tools to support the Environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Anders Carsten Damsgaard

    Born 20 November 1955 in Gjellerup, Denmark Cand. Scient. Pol., University of Aarhus, Denmark (1981) Ad hoc Internship, UN Secretariat, New York (1980) UN Disarmament Fellowship, Geneva and New York (1985); 1981-1986: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen: 1981-1983: Department of Economic Affairs (Aviation policy); 1983-1986: Department of Political Affairs (Middle East); 1986-1990: First Secretary (Political Affairs), Royal Danish Embassy, Paris; 1990-1996: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen: 1990-1992: Head of Section (European Security Policy) 1991-1992: Secretary of the Parliament’s Foreign Policy Committee 1992-1996: European Correspondent; 1996-1999: Minister Counsellor, Deputy Permanent Representative of Denmark to NATO and WEU, Brussels; 1999-2003: Head of Department (Foreign and Security Policy), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen; 2003-2008: Ambassador of Denmark to Israel, Tel Aviv; 2008-2009: Ambassador, Political Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen; 2009-2010: Ambassador, The Foreign Minister’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan; 2010-2011: Ambassador of Denmark to Afghanistan, Kabul; 2011-2015: Ambassador of Denmark to Japan, Tokyo; 2015-2020: Ambassador of Denmark to China, Beijing Also Ambassador of Denmark to Mongolia; 2020- : Ambassador of Denmark to Italy, Rome. Also Ambassador of Denmark to Malta (designate) and to San Marino (designate) as well as Permanent Representative to FAO, WFP and IFAD. Commander of the Order of the Dannebrog (Denmark) Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun (Japan) Officer of the National Order of Merit (France) Married to: Dr. Esben Karmark, Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School.

  • Andres Carsten Damsgaard (Green Voice 2020)

Lisa Casali

    Lisa Casali is the first woman to head Pool Ambiente, the co-insurance consortium for covering environmental damage risks that brings together 22 insurance and reinsurance companies. Casali has worked at Pool Ambiente since 2005 when it was still called Pool Inquinamento and has been its head since 2017. In 2004 she was a consultant to the Ministry of the Environment, in 2003 she obtained a Master's degree with honours in Environmental Economics and Management from Bocconi University and in 2002 a degree in Environmental Sciences. Casali is also an environmental activist, in 2019 she won the Top Green Influencer award. A two-time TEDx speaker, she is also a WWF ambassador for sustainability, author of seven books on green living and host of TV and radio programmes.

  • Green Pills 2019
  • How to invest in the environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Gaetano Cascini

    Gaetano Cascini holds a PhD in Machine Design and is a full professor at Politecnico di Milano, Department of Mechanics. His research interests concern methods and tools for design, with a particular focus on the idea generation phases for product and process innovation. He is Associate Editor of the scientific journal Journal of Integrated Design & Process Science, and member of the Editorial Board of the journals: Research in Engineering Design and International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Design Society where he co-chairs the working group on Design Creativity. He has coordinated several research projects including the Marie Curie-IAPP European project FORMAT (FORecast and Roadmapping for MAnufacturing Technologies). He is currently the coordinator of the European projects SPARK: Spatial Augmented Reality as a Key for co-creativity (Horizon 2020 - ICT) and OIPEC: Open innovation Platform for university-Enterprise Collaboration: new product, business and human capital development (Erasmus+ - Capacity Building in Higher Education). He is author of more than 140 publications on international journals and proceedings of international conferences and 13 patents (assignees University of Florence, Whirlpool Europe, Bracco Imaging, Logli, Scam, Meccaniche Fiorentine, Otlav, Politecnico di Milano, SAES Getters, Elettrotecnica Rold).

  • Biomimicry (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giorgio Castorina

    Lawyer at Fieldfisher, specialising in the field of energy law. In this field, he advises in and out of court, with particular reference to the authorisation, contractual and regulatory aspects related to the development of energy projects. He has also gained significant experience in public incentives for renewable energy and energy efficiency, and in the regulation of electricity, gas and sustainable mobility markets.

  • WE DO LEAVE THE COAL TO THE “BEFANA” (Green Talks 2020)

Laura Cavatorta

    Born in Treviso in 1964, lived around Italy and now in Rome for years. Graduated in sociology and lover of numbers, since childhood she has lived with an equal passion for the humanities and STEM disciplines, always aimed at the inclusion and integration of different perspectives. He has behind him 23 years as an executive in air transport, an international sector of great charm: technological innovation, high competitiveness, strong regulation, operational complexity but also the centrality of customer experience and human capital. However, the growing interest in the long-term strategic vision and corporate governance led to a complete professional transition, in the desire to give a different purpose to one’s commitment, fully adhere to its values ​​and contribute more directly. to a better future. It considers governance and sustainability to be the fundamental drivers for a development that, thanks to innovation and human capital, is able to generate, in companies as well as in society, prosperity and equity in the medium and long term, respecting people and the planet. It follows the B Corp and their sustainable business paradigm, capable of developing profits together with a positive impact on society and the environment. It supports gender equality, for a full integration of women in all sectors and at all levels of society, because building the present and planning the future are extremely important activities that concern men and women in equal measure and, in addition to skills, they must be able to leverage the vision and values ​​of both. He sits on the boards of Snam and Inwit, listed on FTSE MIB; he is chairman of the respective Sustainability Committees and member of the Appointments Committee (Snam) and the Appointments and Remuneration Committee (Inwit).

  • Laura Cavatorta (Green Voice 2020)

CCPI - Climate Change Performance Index

    The Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) is a scoring system designed by the German environmental and development organisation Germanwatch e.V. to enhance transparency in international climate politics. On the basis of standardised criteria, the index evaluates and compares the climate protection performance of 57 countries and the European Union (EU) (Status 2020), which are together responsible for more than 90% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The Climate Change Performance Index was first published in 2005 and an updated version is presented at the UN Climate Change Conference annually. Germanwatch publishes the index in cooperation with the NewClimate Institute and Climate Action Network International and with financial support from Barthel Foundation.

  • CCPI Climate change performance index 2020

Andrea Chiesi

    Born on 6th November 1966 in Modena, he lives and works in San Pancrazio di Modena. Residencies in Beijing (2015), Berlin (2011) and Brooklyn (2010). He has won the Gotham Prize, Istituto Italiano di Cultura New York (2012); I Premio Terna (2008); V Premio Cairo Editore (2004), XXXVIII Premio Suzzara (1998). He teaches painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ravenna and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata.

  • Landscape by Andrea Chiesi

Gayle Chong Kwan

    Gayle Chong Kwan is a multidisciplinary artist whose photographic works, immersive installations and shared sensory events are exhibited internationally, both in galleries and in the public realm. At the core of her practice is an expanded and embodied notion of photographic practice through which she explores simulacra, the sublime and the politics of intimacy, travel, trade, and consumption.  She uses techniques of collage to create mise-en-scene landscapes, sensory experiences, and sculptural pieces worn on the body, which are often made out of detritus, waste, documentary images, and which draw upon archives and collections or develop out of working with groups and communities. Chong Kwan was Artist in Residence at the V&A 2019-2021, and her current exhibition Waste Archipelago at Galleria Alberta Pane was developed out of a year-long project on waste that she led with students and academics at Ca' Foscari University in Venice, as recipient of the Sustainable Art Prize in 2019.  She is currently undertaking a PhD on 'Imaginal Travel' in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art. Quarantine Archipelago, Nuit Blanche, Toronto (2017); ‘Field Kitchen’, The Edge, Bath, UK (2017); Atlantis, Head Above Water, National Touring, UK; Anthropo-scene, Bloomberg Space, London  (2015); Plot, Four Corners, London (2014); Mindscape, The Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany (2014); Arripare, REFOCUS: The Castlegate mima Photography Prize, Stockton-on-tees (2013); The Golden Tide, Estuary, Museum of London (2013); Wastescape, Festival of the World, Southbank Centre, London (2012); Memory Trace, The Wellcome Trust, London (2012); The Obsidian Isle, New Forest Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale (2011); Cockaigne, Tales from the New World, 10th Havana Biennial, Cuba (2009).

  • Waste as a sensory experience by Gayle Chong Kwan

European Commission

Kevin Cooley

    Kevin Cooley is a photographer, video, and installation artist. Since 2014, he's held solo exhibitions at Kopeikin Gallery, Catharine Clark Gallery, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, The Museum of Photographic Arts, The Nevada Museum of Art, Pierogi, Portland International Airport, Ryan / Lee Gallery, The Savannah College of Art and Design, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. His work is in prominent public collections including The Cleveland Clinic, The Guggenheim Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 21c Museum, The Nelson-Atkins Museum, and The Museum of Photographic Arts. Cooley also receives commissions from prominent publications including the New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Wired, among others. A sixteen page portfolio of his recent wildfire imagery appears in the June 2021 issue of Harper’s Magazine.

  • Nature-Humans relationship by Kevin Cooley

European Council

Valerio Cozzi

    Landscape designer, convinced that plants must have their say on the design of open spaces because they will be the ones to conquer them over time, the ones to feed the emotions of people experiencing them. Active for over twenty years as a designer, project manager and consultant for professionals and for public and private clients, he shapes green oases in apparently unwelcoming contexts such as the concrete expanse of our towns or the deserts of Saudi Arabia. Member of the Italian Association of Landscape Architecture (AIAPP) since 2002, he promotes knowledge of the technical and interdisciplinary aspects of the subject through teaching and writing in magazines. In 2013 he conceived and edited for the Fondazione Minoprio a manual for designing and building quality urban green by balancing the needs of underground utilities and radical systems (Piantare alberi in città). Since 2015 he has been President of the Landscape Commission of the Metropolitan City Milan and appointed environmental advisor of several Building Commissions, to contribute to the development of landscapes to enjoy every day.

  • GROW(ING) RIGHTS (Green Talks 2020)

Edoardo Croci

    Member of the Managing Committee of GREEN – Research Center on geography, natural resources, environment, energy and networks of Bocconi University, where he is the coordinator of GEO – “Green Economy Observatory” and of the “Smart City Observatory” “. He teaches “Carbon Markets and Carbon Management” at Bocconi. He coordinates GREEN’s research activities in several national and European projects on the green and circular economy, energy efficiency, smart cities and green urban infrastructures, including the “MAtchUP and” UrbanGreenUP “project. He is a member of the UN-SDSN (Sustainable Development Solutions Network) thematic network on sustainable cities. He is president of the Milan section of Italia Nostra. He held the position of Councilor for Mobility, Transport and the Environment of the Municipality of Milan and President of ARPA Lombardia.

  • Talking about climate change (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Ellie Davies

    Ellie Davies (Born 1976) lives in Dorset, UK and works in the woods and forests of Southern England. She gained her MA in Photography from London College of Communication in 2008. Davies is represented by Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery in the UK, Patricia Armocida Gallery in Milan, Susan Spiritus Gallery in California, Gilman Contemporary in Idaho, A.Galerie in Paris and Brussels and Brucie Collections in Kiev. Recent solo exhibitions include Gilman Contemporary in Sun Valley, Idaho in 2020 and at 10 Gresham Street in 2021 in a collaboration between VJB Arts and Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery. Her work has received numerous awards and has been exhibited worldwide. She is Associate Artist for Demain, La Foret - a major tree planting project in Loire, France, and collaborates with Philropy Philanthropy Card - supporting The Carpathia European Wilderness Reserve in Romania. Features and interviews include National Geographic, The Guardian, Gardens Illustrated, Huffington Post, and Interior Design USA.

  • Forest seascapes by Ellie Davies

Gaia De Vecchi

    Professor Cattolica del Sacro Cuore University

  • Laudato si (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Gianmario Deandrea

    CTO Agatheia Srl

  • Talking about climate change (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Christophe Debien

    President at OCCE

  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Samuel Dejong

    Who am I, why am I here? What is infinity? What is reality? While contemplating on these existential topics, and in search of the answer to the big Why are we here?, Samuel Dejong translates his fascination with reality into the perfection of the natural forms and the smallest living matter. As a self-taught artist with a medical background in surgery, bio-engineering and design, he stretches the limits of technical as well as aesthetic potential, applying the precision of a surgeon to fine art. For only with an open mind, free of preconceptions, can one accomplish what initially seemed impossible, and thereby elevate something relatively inconspicuous - or disconcerting even - to the level of art. He takes his role seriously – that one of an artist who wishes to trigger the awakening of the consciousness. Surgery has taught him persistence, precision, anatomy, the beauty of perfection and the delicacy of life. Science has taught him to look deeper, beyond, to look for serendipity and try to understand what the essential elements of life are. He tries to combine this knowledge and integrate it into his art. One of the returning subjects in Samuel Dejong’s oeuvre are the small creatures that can at times make us wonder about the beauty of nature, while they can at other moments awaken aversion and even fear in many of us. With his art, Samuel Dejong challenges us to witness the beauty of the foundation of our ecosystem: insects. No other creatures are as elegant and fragile yet so strong and indestructible. They embody pure aesthetics, with their utmost detailed perfection. Many artists have used them to create beautiful works of art. Samuel Dejong wants to add an extra element to insects in art: life and motion! On his artistic journey that manifests the many realms of beauty, he departs into more abstract forms; yet the link to nature remains. Seeking inspiration in history, science, nature, as well as art movements like De Stijl, Nouveau Réalisme, Biomorphism, Surrealism and Spatialism, Samuel Dejong strives for harmony and equilibrium – to create art through perfection. In a world full of chaos there are places where everything is at peace.

  • The beauty of insects by Samuel Dejong

Andrea Di Camillo

    Founder P101

  • How to invest in the environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Antonella Di Leo

Damiano Di Simine

    Scientific manager Legambiente Lombardy

  • Environmental education (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Sandrine Dixson-Declève

    Sandrine was recognised by GreenBiz as one of the 30 most influential women across the globe driving change in the low carbon economy and promoting green business. She is the first female Co-President of the Club of Rome (1968), sits on several Boards, is a senior advisor/associate for CISL, ETC, Interel, E3G, and is a lecturer at the University of Cambridge. She holds several advisory positions within the European Commission including Chair of DG R&I Think Tank ESIR (Economic and Societal Implications of Research and Innovation); Co-Chair, Manufacturing Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance/Taxonomy; Member of the Climate Change Mission Assembly.

  • Sandrine Dixson-Declève (Green Voice 2020)


EBA - European Banking Authority

EEA - European Environment Agency

Eleonora Evi

    Italian Member of the European Parliament. Full member of the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Commission (ENVI), the Petitions Committee (PETI) and the Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals during Transport (ANIT). He is also Vice President of the European Parliament Intergroup on Animal Welfare and Co-President of the Cage-free farming working group.

  • Eleonora Evi (Green Voice 2020)


Simona Faccioli

    Graduated in Law with a specialization in International Environmental Law, she began her activity in a multidisciplinary environmental consultancy firm in Milan. From 2003 to 2009 she is at the National Waste Observatory (Italian Ministry of the Environment), where she follows, in particular, the first steps for the implementation of Green Public Procurement (GPP) in Italy. He has been a member, for several years, of the normative editorial staff of ReteAmbiente and collaborates with the Rivista Rifiuti – Bollettino di informazione normativa . Since 2013 she has been dealing with Environmental Certifications for GPP as Director of ReMade in Italy, the first accredited certification in Italy for Circular Economy products and their recycled materials.

  • YES, I WANT TO BE LABELLED (Green Talks 2020)
  • Sustainable mass events? It can be done! (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Green Public Procurement: which products are “CAM compliant”? (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Ivan Faiella

Silvano Falocco

    Director Ecosistemi Foundation

  • Sustainable mass events? It can be done! (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Green Public Procurement: which products are “CAM compliant”? (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Fabio Fava

    Full Professor of Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology at the School of Engineering of the University of Bologna since 2005, he has over 180 international publications in the field of Bioeconomy, in which he coordinated/participated in 9 FP7 collaborative projects. He is the Italian Representative in the Working Party on Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Converging Technologies of the OECD/OECD (Paris) and in several panels of the European Commission (Brussels), including the Bioeconomy Programme Committee (Societal Challenge 2) of Horizon2020, the States Representatives Group of the Public Private Partnership Biobased Industry (PPP BBI JU) and the EuroMed Group of Senior Officials of the BLUEMED initiative. He is the University of Bologna Rector's Delegate for Industrial Research, Territorial Cooperation and Innovation.

  • The bioeconomy or the economy for life (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giovanni Fazio

    Secretary Smart City Association Italy

  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Angelo Ferlini

    CONFORMA Member affiliated with CCI

  • The certification is a label (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giordana Ferri

    Head of Research and Planning Fondazione Housing Sociale

  • Building real estate can turn green (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Simon Ferrigno

    Simon Ferrigno has been working on cotton and sustainability since 2000, with a focus on alternatives such as organic cotton and IPM. He has also researched the impacts of pesticide and insecticide use on human health and the environment in Africa. Prior to this, Simon worked more generally on sustainable agriculture policy after returning to study in the mid-1990s.Earlier, Simon worked in community development and as a musician in London, following several years as a professional chef and part-time radio DJ in France. Simon’s working life began as a farm labourer, including on organic farms in the early 1980s, and his career has thus now come full circle. Today, Simon is a freelance researcher and writer working with both public and private clients on the development of sustainable cotton. He continues to work in Africa with a growing network of consultants across the continent. He is currently working on a e-book about his experiences with African cotton, aiming to motivate others to explore and invest in an awakening giant. Simon is a member of the RITE (Reducing the Impact of Textiles on the Environment) Group steering committee, the Better Cotton Initiative advisory group as well as the Soil Association Textile and Trade group. Simon is also part of two other initiatives, Cotton Conversations (‘a learning and choice-support process to improve collaboration and business efficiency’) and the Buying Pool, an in-development initiative to help connect small and medium sized brands to farmers and manufacturers in developing countries through group buying. Simon is a regular speaker at international events and convened the organic textiles section of the 17th Organic World Congress. Simon is a regular contributor to Ecotextiles News magazine


Angela Ferruzza

    At Istat since 1986, after various experiences in social, environmental and welfare statistics, she is currently manager of the Environment, Territory and Register of Geographical and Territorial Units. She has coordinated the development and analysis of Sustanaible Development Goals (SDGs) indicators since 2016 and currently coordinates the Sustainability area. Chair of the TF UNECE Measuring Hazardous Events and Disasters, participates in the activities of the UN Inter Agency Expert Group on SDGs, of the UNECE Steering Group on Climate Change Related statistics, of the UNSD Expert of Group on Framework for the Development of Environment Statistics, of the Sustainable Development and Europe 2020 Indicators Eurostat Working Group. Coordinates environmental and sustainability issues in international cooperation projects in Vietnam, Palestine, Tanzania, Caricom.


Tiziana Fiorella

    Lawyer Rödl & Partner

  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Lucas Foglia

    Lucas Foglia is a photographer, living in San Francisco. His third book and traveling exhibition, Human Nature, focuses on people who care for nature in the context of climate change. Foglia exhibits his work internationally in galleries, festivals, and museums. His prints are in public and private collections, including the International Center of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Victoria and Albert Museum. His photographs have been published and reviewed in National Geographic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and many others. Foglia also collaborates with non-profit organizations including Sierra Club and The Nature Conservancy. He is represented by Michael Hoppen Gallery in London, MiCamera in Milan, and Fredericks & Freiser Gallery in New York City. STANLEY/BARKER will publish his fourth book, Summer After, in September 2021.

  • Human Nature by Lucas Foglia

Simona Fontana

    Head of study centre CONAI

  • Sustainable mass events? It can be done! (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy)

Benoît Fournier

    Benoît Fournier (France, 1981), plantartist, he lives and he works in Brazil since 2006. He studied at the Parque Lage School of Visual Arts, in Rio de Janeiro. In his repertoire several techniques and materials coexist. His artistic work began in photography and these last few years have been transformed into a dialogue between painting and installation. His creative process seeks to give us the opportunity to think about our relationship with nature, it comes from enchantment and an aesthetic look at organic forms. At the same time, support, subject and inspiration, the natural element is central and primordial in his work. He has held exhibitions in South America, Europe and the United States.

  • The spirit of plants by Benoît Fournier

Grégoire Fournier

    Grégoire Fournier (born in 1989 in Chambéry, France) is a contemporary visual artist who is based in Lyon, France. Exploring the world of plant-based colors, his ecological art includes works on paper, photographs and videos, as well as songs and poems. Showing the healing beauty and fragile vibrance of natural colors and the magic of making inks out of plants, his artwork offers an immersive and meditative colorful experience and is a tribute to the vegetal reign.

  • Plant-based art by Grégoire Fournier

Silvia Freni Sterrantino

    EU Regulatory Affairs Manager European Plastic Converter

  • Plastic strategy (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Massimo Gaudina

    Massimo Gaudina, is the head of the Representation of the European Commission in Milan since 1 September 2017. From 2009 to 2017, Massimo Gaudina was Head of the Communication Unit at the European Research Council (ERC) in Brussels. He planned and coordinated the ERC communication strategy, promoting its calls for proposals and success stories. Between 2007 and 2009 he worked in the Commission’s Directorate-General for Communication, where he was responsible for partnerships with Member States on communication actions, for the “European public spaces” project (spaces open to the public in the buildings of the European Commission of various Member States, where citizens can deepen their knowledge of the EU) and initiatives aimed at young people and schools. Between 2004 and 2007 he worked at the European Commission representation in Rome and, among the tasks performed, he organized the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome and launched the European Public Space at the offices of the representation. Massimo Gaudina started working for the European Commission in 1994 as a communications manager and before that, he worked as a journalist in Italy. With a degree in Political Science at the University of Turin, Massimo Gaudina, in addition to Italian which is his mother tongue, is fluent in English, French, Spanish and has a basic knowledge of Swedish.


Paola Gazzolo

    Councillor for Soil and Coast Protection, Civil Protection and Environmental Policies Emilia-Romagna Region

  • Environmental sustainability strategies for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Enrico Gessner

    Director ENKA Italia

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Simona Giacalone

    Specifier Account Manager Herman Miller

  • How to make eco-friendly design (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Antonio Fabio Giuliani

    Antonio Fabio Giuliani is Managing Director of Robert Bosch S.p.A. with responsibility for Southern Europe (Italy and Greece). At the same time he holds the position of Managing Director of the Bosch Bari - Tecnologie Diesel S.p.A. plant. He was born in Bari on 28 May 1971, is married and has two daughters. After graduating in Engineering from the Politecnico di Bari and obtaining an MBA from the University of Bologna, he joined the Bosch Group in 2005 following experience in other multinational companies. He has held various roles in the company, in Italy and Germany, particularly in the areas of Controlling, Finance and Administration and Supply Chain Management. At the Bosch headquarters in Bari, Giuliani also held the position of Head of Business Excellence in 2013-2014, during which the company won the EFQM Award and three "Prizes".

  • WE DO LEAVE THE COAL TO THE “BEFANA” (Green Talks 2020)

Ilaria Giuliani

    Deputy CRO Comune di Milano

  • From the Resilient City to the Resilient Neighborhood (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Paolo Glerean

    Board Member Plastics Recyclers Europe

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Plastic strategy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Alessandro Grampa

    Lead Sales and Business Development Hexagro Urban Farming

  • How to make eco-friendly design (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giacomo Grassi

    Giacomo Grassi has a PhD in forest ecology from the University of Bologna. Since 2005, he is scientific officer of the European Commission at the Joint Research Centre, Ispra (VA). His activities include research on carbon balance of forest ecosystems at European and global scale, and several scientific support activities to European policy makers on forests and climate change. These include coordination of the EU greenhouse gas inventory (Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry sector), projections of carbon uptake of European forests, support to EU climate policies and negotiations under the Paris Agreement. He is an expert reviewer of greenhouse gas inventories for the United Nations. He is the author of several IPCC reports, including "IPCC 2019 Refinement to the 2006 Methodological Guidelines", "IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land" and "IPCC 6th Assessment Report". He is the author of 60 publications in international scientific journals.


Renato Grottola

    Senior Vice President DNV GL

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)


IEA - International Energy Agency

Alessia Iotti

    Alessia Iotti on social Alterales. I was born in 1994 in the low Padana valley, precisely in Gualtieri in the province of Reggio Emilia (the town where the painter Ligabue was born). In life I climb, run, in general I move to explore the world and to defend it as an activist. I'm an advertising graphic designer but now I've moved into the field of art communication and I'm about to graduate in Museum Didactics at the Academy of Fine Arts. I work as a freelance illustrator and design events and art workshops, all related with communication.

  • Alterales: sketches representing climate change

IPCC - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Fabio Iraldo

    Fabio Iraldo is currently holding academic positions as Full Professor of Management at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa, where he co-ordinates a research group within the Istituto di Management, and as Director at GEO, the Green Economy Observatory of Bocconi University in Milan. His expertise focuses on sustainable consumption, consumer choices, green marketing and environmental footprinting. As an independent expert, he supports the activity of many national and international bodies dealing with sustainability-related issues (such as the European Commission, UNCTAD, ISO – International Standard Organisation, etc.). Among his main research activities, there are pilot projects and studies carried out in the area of SMEs, involving several industrial clusters, supply chains and networks, on behalf of national and EU institutions (DG Environment, DG Enterprise, DG Research; Eurostat; European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions;…). He is author of more than 100 articles, many of which published in international scientific reviews with Impact Factor.

  • Fabio Iraldo (Green Voice 2020)

Basia Irland

    Fulbright Scholar, Basia Irland, is an author, sculptor, installation artist, and activist who creates international water projects featured in her books, “Water Library” (University of New Mexico Press, 2007) and “Reading the River: The Ecological Activist Art of Basia Irland” (Museum De Domijnen, 2017). These books focus on projects the artist has created over four decades in Africa, Canada, Europe, South America, Southeast Asia, and the United States. Through her work, Irland offers a creative understanding of water while examining how communities of all beings rely on this vital element. She is Professor Emerita, Department of Art and Art History, University of New Mexico, where she established the Arts and Ecology Program. Her art is featured in over 70 international publications. Check out her exuberant website, basiairland.com, where you will find blogs about global waterways written for National Geographic; images from her large retrospective in the Netherlands; and extensive projects around the world including: Waterborne Disease Scrolls; “The Gathering of Waters,” which connects communities along the entire length of rivers; and “Receding/Reseeding,” hand-carved ephemeral Ice Books embedded with seed texts that are floated down streams with the help of local communities to aid riparian restoration, and educate about melting glaciers and climate disruption. Irland was recently selected to represent the United States in the Cuenca Biennial, Ecuador.

  • Ice Books Reseeding by Basia Irland

ISPRA - Institute for Environmental Protection and Research

ISTAT - Italian National Institute of Statistics

    The Italian National Institute of Statistics, a public research organisation, is the main producer of official statistics in the service of citizens and policy-makers. It operates in complete independence and continuous interaction with the academic and scientific communities. The history of Istat starts in 1926 when the Central Institute of Statistics was created under law n. 1162: the idea of statistics as a tool for understanding phenomena started to grow along with the conviction that all surveys should be carried out by a single independent body. Since 1989 Istat has been performing the role of directing, coordinating, and providing technical assistance and training within the National Statistical System (Sistan).

  • ISTAT Territory Report 2020


Elena Jachia

    Director of the Environmental sector of Fondazione Cariplo, one of the main Italian philanthropic organizations, annually awarding funds for around 150 million euro, of which 12 dedicated to environmental projects. Her educational background is environmental economics, in which she specialized attending the Bocconi University (degree in Economic and Social Disciplines – DES in 1988). Since then, she has been developing her professional skills in the area of environmental consultancy, at the beginning towards the public sector (Lombardia Risorse, 1988-1992) and afterwards towards the private sector (Environmental Resources Management, 1993-2006). After joining Fondazione Cariplo in 2007, she expanded her activities to the nonprofit sector, building a sound partnership with environmental associations, local communities and public authorities in the field of biodiversity, sustainable and short chain agriculture, soil protection, energy efficiency, mobility management and environmental education. She is also an active member of the Environmental Working Group of ACRI (Italian Association of Foundations and Saving Banks) and the Chair of the steering group of the European Environmental Funders Group developed within the European Foundation Center. Since 2016 she has been also the coordinator of the intersectoral program AttivAree dedicated to the revitalisation of rural and mountain areas in Lombardy.

  • THE ROLE OF FOUNDATIONS (Green Talks 2020)
  • Plastic strategy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Tim Jackson

    Tim Jackson is Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP), and Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey in the UK. CUSP builds on Tim’s vision over three decades to explore the moral, economic and social dimensions of prosperity on a finite planet. He’s served as an advisor on sustainability to numerous commercial, government and intergovernmental organisations. During five years at the Stockholm Environment Institute in the early 1990s, he pioneered the concept of preventative environmental management—a core principle of the circular economy framework—outlined in his 1996 book Material Concerns: Pollution Profit and Quality of life. Between 2004 and 2011, Tim was Economics Commissioner on the UK Sustainable Development Commission, where his work culminated in the publication of his controversial book Prosperity without Growth (Routledge 2009/2017). In 2016, he was awarded the Hillary Laureate for exceptional international leadership. In addition to his academic work, Tim is an award-winning dramatist with numerous radio-writing credits for the BBC.

  • Tim Jackson (Green Voice 2020)

Océane Jacob

    Is a French multidisciplinary artist and environmentalist born and raised in Hong Kong currently based in Paris. Through the constant theme of “In Deep Water” – both in its literal and figurative meaning – Océane dedicates her work to highlighting the world’s wonderful but vulnerable ecosystems in the face of the current climate crisis. Océane sheds light on the fragility of Mother Nature and examines the important ecological and sociopolitical challenges that the contemporary world faces in engaging and provocative ways. By combining memory and scientific literature, Océane weaves passion with the knowledge to design calls to action. Subjects such as overfishing, pollution, climate change and ocean acidification among others can be found throughout her practice. Océane holds a degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has had her work included in juried and solo exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States. Her work is held in private collections throughout Europe, Asia and North America.

  • The marine ecosystem and its preservation by Océane Jacob

Ellen Jantzen

    Ellen Jantzen was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri. Her early college years were spent obtaining a degree in graphic arts; later emphasizing fine art. Ellen spent two years at FIDM (the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) in downtown Los Angeles. Here, she obtained her advanced degree in 1992. After a few years working in the industry, including several years at Mattel Toy Company as a senior project designer, she became disillusioned with the corporate world and longed for a more creative outlet. Having been trained in computer design while at Mattel, Ellen continued her training on her own using mostly Photoshop software. Ellen doesn’t consider herself a "photographer" but an image-maker, as she creates work that bridges the world of photography, prints and collage. As digital cameras began producing excellent resolution, she found her perfect medium. It was a true confluence of technical advancements and creative desire that culminated in her current explorations in photo-inspired art using both a camera to capture imagery and a computer to alter, combine and manipulate the pieces. Her work is best described as “photomontages” Ellen’s work is shown and published internationally.

  • Trees spirituality by Ellen Jantzen


Alessandro Keller

    criminal lawyer at Fieldfisher Criminal Law Department, focused on White Collar Crimes. He provides assistance to management both in litigation and out of Court procedures for environmental crimes, corporate crimes and bankruptcy, financial crimes. He has also gained experience as a member of Supervisory Bodies of leading multinational companies (according to Legislative Decree n. 231/2001). He has published about criminal law on scientific reviews and he has been appointed as an expert in criminal law procedure at Università di Milano Bicocca.

  • Environmental legislation (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Marco Lambertini

    Director General of WWF International, having first worked with WWF as a youth volunteer in his native Italy. As the head of the largest and most respected nature conservation organization, he works with world leaders, corporate executives and civil society to forge a future in which people and nature thrive. He sits on the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) chaired by the Ministry of Environment, is an international ambassador of the Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU), a founding member of the Nature Action Agenda and Friends of Ocean Action of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Business for Nature Coalition (BfN) and the Global Commons Alliance. He leads a global Network with nearly 60 years of environmental conservation successes, five million supporters, 35 million followers on social media and activities in over 100 countries, running around 3,000 local projects per year as well as global initiatives like Earth Hour engaging millions and reaching billions of people annually. Prior to joining WWF, he served as Chief Executive of BirdLife International where he coordinated a global partnership of over 120 civil society organizations based in countries and territories in all continents. Marco’s experience and career ranges from ecological field research to international policy, nature reserve management, integrated conservation and development projects, environmental education, NGO development communications and campaigning, in many countries all over the world. Marco Lambertini has a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Pisa, with a thesis on ecotoxicology, and has published books ranging from Safari in Africa (Muzzio) to A naturalist’s guide to the Tropics (Chicago University Press).

  • Marco Lambertini (Green Voice 2020)

Giancarlo Lauro

    R&M Circular Economy Manager ENI

  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Denis Leclerc

    CEO of Écotech Québec and Chairman of CanadaCleantech Alliance

Giulia Lombardi

    Professor Faculty of Philosophy - Pontificia Università Urbaniana

  • Laudato si (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Andrea Maggiani

    Andrea Maggiani is founding member of Carbonsink, Italian based consultancy company established in 2012. He is the Managing Director Carbonsink and has a lead role in the development of the company and in the climate strategy development offered to the clients based on the solid + 10 years’ experience in the field. Andrea began his professional career in the Carbon Market 2006 covering since then several roles from carbon project developing in Africa to working together with the companies to define climate strategy definition and carbon pricing. The key aspect in the career of Andrea has been his interest on the link between climate change and economic risks and opportunities. Andrea holds a master’s degree in Business Strategy and Economics. In 2016, as CEO of Carbonsink, he received the “Best Climate Practice Award” first prize at COP21 for the project “Carbon Finance for families in Mozambique”. Thanks to the partnership with the United Nations Climate Neutral Now initiative, Carbonsink has been recognized as an accredited consulting company to support companies in the measurement and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Since 2017, Carbonsink has become the only consulting company in Italy that is a CDP partner in Climate Change Reporting, continuing to support companies in measuring and reducing emissions and helping them implement the climate change mitigation strategy, in order to consider the aspects related to “Climate Change” in its business model.

  • WE DO LEAVE THE COAL TO THE “BEFANA” (Green Talks 2020)

Giuseppe Magro

    President IAIA Italia

  • Green Pills 2019
  • Governance 4.0 and Sustainable Cities (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Environmental sustainability strategies Environmental education for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Pierfrancesco Majorino

    Pierfrancesco Majorino is a politician and a writer. He was born in Milan in 1973. From 2011 to 2019 he was in charge of Social policies, Rights and Health for the city of Milan, first with Mayor Giuliano Pisapia and then with Mayor Beppe Sala. Since 2019 he’s been a member of the European Parliament. He is also a member of the national direction of the Italian Democratic Party.

  • Pierfrancesco Majorino (Green Voice 2020)

Azuma Makoto

    Flower Artist. While being an owner of the haute-couture floral shop, “JARDINS des FLEURS” in Tokyo, Azuma Makoto has also begun to actively work as a flower artist since 2005 at home and abroad. He continues to pursue the unknown possibility of flowers’ expression and to express their beauty from his distinctive point of view.

  • Life cycle of flowers by Azuma Makoto

Lynda Mansson

    Lynda has been the Director General of the MAVA Foundation since 2010 and continues to believe she has the best job in the world. She is responsible for implementing the strategy of the foundation and leading the secretariat team. Since joining the foundation, Lynda has overseen a complete reshaping of MAVA including changes at the levels of the board, staff, strategy, processes, project selection, and communications. Lynda led the foundation to incorporate a new programme to work on the intersection of economic growth and natural resource depletion which has become a major focus of its work. Given the end of MAVA’s grant-making in 2022, Lynda is now leading the team to ensure the greatest impact of funds invested as well as ensuring the sustainability of work in our areas of interest even after MAVA’s closure. Lynda is deeply invested in developing the leaders the world needs now and tomorrow to meet the global challenges we face. She has an IDC/EMCC coaching certificate and has coached and mentored several dozen people throughout her career. She has overseen the development of two different leadership development programmes and has developed and delivered trainings in leadership, team building, negotiations, conflict within teams, and change management. Before joining the foundation, Lynda spent 13 years with WWF International in Switzerland. She brought with her the experience of managing and directing global strategies for all aspects of office operations in the WWF Network and developing performance tools for its offices. Prior to that, she spent five years in charge of WWF leadership and organisational development. Lynda began her career as a San Francisco stockbroker and then earned an MBA from the Walter A. Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. She is American and Swiss and has two grown sons. Lynda acts as President of the Board of the Prespa Ohrid Nature Trust (PONT). She is also on the board of the African Leadership University and Partners for a New Economy.

  • THE ROLE OF FOUNDATIONS (Green Talks 2020)

Francesco Marini

    Vicepresident Confindustria Toscana

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Paul Marnef

    Paul Marnef is a photographer working in Belgium and in France. More of a grassroots reporter, he started out as a press photographer. Perfect for him because photojournalism is a very varied and demanding environment. It also led him to take an interest in new tools and technologies that allow images to be sublimated. This is how he specialized in tiny planets photography. Paul Marnef is also co-founder of ISOWAY, a photo and video agency www.isoway.eu

  • Tiny planets by Paul Marnef

Michele Martinotti

    Head of Marketing Too Good To Go

  • Food (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Mary Mattingly

    Mary has a research-based practice with a focus on ecology and co-learning. In 2021, she facilitated a temporary education center for estuarial plants on the Thames in the UK that focused on the Nipa Palm, a plant that proliferated there when atmospheric CO2 was 1000 ppm. In 2013 she bundled personal objects into large sculptures for performances about her own consumption, documenting the contents and focusing on the complex military industrial supply chain of the element cobalt. Mattingly’s work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de la Habana, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Seoul Art Center, the Brooklyn Museum, Storm King Art Center, the Parrish Museum, the Anchorage Museum, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, and the Palais de Tokyo. It has been included in the Havana, Istanbul and the Cuenca Biennale. She has received awards and residencies from the University of Colorado Museum of Art, the Raushenberg Foundation, the Watermill Center, Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology, the Knight Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, the Versailles Foundation, the Harpo Foundation, Light Work, A Blade of Grass, the Jerome Foundation, Art Omi, Art Matters, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

  • Mary Mattingly: interdisciplinary art on sustainability

Luca Mazzocchi

    I have been photographing bees for over 30 years, combining my passion for photography with that for the world of bees, inherited from my beekeeper father. This passion has never become a job, but it has given me a lot of satisfaction: from my first medal in an international competition (Apimondia) to the publication of articles in important magazines and the creation of exhibitions at fairs and events. My photography is above all documentary, and in recent years I have tried to tell a story that is important to me in many ways: the story of a small insect, a worker bee, which has spent its entire brief existence at the service of the beehive, carrying out, one after the other, all the jobs that its colony needs in a succession of extraordinary and interesting events.

  • Bees World by Luca Mazzocchi

Bill McKibben

    Bill McKibben is a founder of the grassroots climate campaign 350.org and the Schumann Distinguished Professor in Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. He was a 2014 recipient of the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel,’ and the Gandhi Peace Award. He has written over a dozen books about the environment, including his first, The End of Nature, published 30 years ago, and his most recent, Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?

  • Bill McKibben (Green Voice 2020)

Barbara Meggetto

    President Legambiente Lombardy

  • Environmental education (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Francesco Merlino

    Owner Vegea

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Andrea Minetto

    Consultant Culture Department Municipality of Milan

  • Sustainable mass events? It can be done! (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Beba Minna

    A professional journalist since 2001, she has been working at Altroconsumo for twenty years and in particular follows issues related to sustainability, energy-saving and renewables, but also everything related to the rights and quality of life of consumers through video inquiries on topical issues. After graduating in architecture, she worked for the Maggioli publishing house curating books and magazines on green building and sustainable architecture. She has collaborated with various media: Il Giorno, Panorama, Case da abitare, Radio Popolare, Carnet, Men’s Health, Urban.

  • YES, I WANT TO BE LABELLED (Green Talks 2020)

Maurizio Molinari

Maria Flora Monini

    Maria Flora Monini, 61 years old, joined the company in 1981, dealing with the foreign market. Since 1989 she has been in charge of Communication and Image of the family company, taking care of all aspects, from the production of advertising campaigns to media planning, from relations with creative and media agencies to the organisation of sponsorships and public relations events. Since 1991 she has been running the company together with her brother Zefferino. She was president of the Spoleto Valnerina section of Confindustria Perugia for the 2009-2011 and 2011-2013 two-year periods. She is President of the Monini Foundation, which since 2011 has housed the Documentation Centre of the Festival dei Due Mondi in Casa Menotti in Spoleto, open to the public free of charge, as well as art exhibitions, cultural meetings with artistic personalities, and concerts by young talents from all over the world.

  • Maria Flora Monini (Green Voice 2020)

Davide Monteleone

    Davide Monteleone (1974) is a photographer, researcher, and National Geographic Fellow whose work spans image-making, visual journalism, writing, and other disciplines. Reoccurring themes include geopolitics, geography, identity, data, and technology. A regular contributor to magazines such as Time, National Geographic, and The New Yorker, Davide Monteleone’s work has been presented in the form of exhibitions and installations in galleries and museums, including at the Saatchi Gallery in London the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo the MEP in Paris, Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and other venues. A selection of Monteleone’s accolades includes The National Geographic Fellowship (2019), the Asia Society Fellowship (2016), the Carmignac Photojournalism Award (2013), the EPEA Award (2012), the European Publisher Award (2011), and several World Press Photo. Holding a Master in Art and Politics from the Goldsmiths University in London, Monteleone is interested in the theoretical role and the use of technical images in society and is active as a curator and educator for numerous public and private institutions.

  • Climate change captured by Davide Monteleone

Simone Morandini

    Professor Istituto di Studi Ecumenici San Bernardino - Venezia

  • Laudato si (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Eugenio Morello

    Associate Professor in Urban Design Politecnico Milano

  • From the Resilient City to the Resilient Neighborhood (Milano Green Forum 2019)


New Climate Institute


Sabine Oberhuber

    Co-founder Turntoo

  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Kumi Oda

    Kumi Oda is a Design Researcher and Moving Image Creator based in Japan. She obtained her BA from The Design Academy Eindhoven, and completed MA in Information Experience Design course at Royal College of Art in 2019. Her work starts with listening. Listening to people’s and other living beings’ voices and she carefully crafts moving image works and stories. The main theme of her work is the relationship between artificial or human beings and nature. Her works shed light on themes that are less visible in our society.

  • The Cycle of Silk by Kumi Oda


Astra Papachristodoulou

    Astra Papachristodoulou is a PhD researcher and tutor at the University of Surrey with focus in experimental poetics. Her work has appeared in The Times, Ambit and Magma Poetry. She is the founder of Poem Atlas, an exhibition platform and publisher of visual poetry, and her work has been exhibited in a range of London gallery venues including the National Poetry Library and the Poetry Café.

  • Eco-friendly semantics by Astra Papachristodoulou

European Parliament

Francesca Pasquali

  • Labirinto, CUBO, Unipol Museo d’Impresa, Bologna; Existenz Minimum, Kunsthalle West Eurocenter Lana, Bolzano (2021). Recyclage/Surcyclage, Fondation Villa Datris pour la sculpture contemporain, France; Dynamic visions. From Vasarely to Pistoletto, Tornabuoni Art Gallery, London; Material Anatomy, Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai; ArteJeans. Storia di un mito nelle trame dell’arte contemporanea, Villa Croce Contemporary Art Museum, Genoa; Not Ordinary Place, Ersel Sim S.p.A., Bologna (2020). Plastic Islands, Sydney Opera House, Sydney (2018). Tornabuoni Art Gallery, Paris (2017). Metamorphoses, Tornabuoni Art Gallery, London; Spiderballs, MOCA – Museum of Contemporary Art, London; Plastic Resonance, Leila Heller Gallery, New York (2016).

    Residencies: Richter Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb (2021). MACRO Asilo, MACRO Museum, Rome (2019). Henraux Foundation, Querceta (2014). 

    Prizes: In 2019 Francesca Pasquali won the Villa Saracena Prize, Rome. In 2018 she is among the selected artists of the VAF Foundation Prize. In 2017 she is among the artists in Ilaria Bignotti’s curatorial project selected by BIENALSUR, International Contemporary Art Biennal of South America. In 2015 she was a finalist of Cairo Prize. In 2014 she won second prize at the Henraux Foundation Prize.

    Numerous collaborations with international companies and enterprises: Faliero Sarti, 2019. Safilo, 2018. Nike, Melissa and Sergio Rossi, 2017. Salvatore Ferragamo and Ilip, 2016. Itlas, 2014.

    Her work is present in important public collections in Italy and abroad, including: Fondation Villa Datris pour la sculpture contemporain, Vaucluse, Paris; Boghossian Foundation, Villa Empain, Brussels; Ghisla Art Collection Foundation, Locarno; Henraux Foundation, Querceta; MOCA – Museum of Contemporary Art, London; Unipol Group Collection, Bologna; Sydney Opera House, Sydney; Thetis Foundation, Venice.

     In 2015 was born FPA Archive, the Francesca Pasquali Archive, an archive coordinated by Ilaria Bignotti (scientific director), with the aim of preserving, archiving, protecting and promoting the production of the artist.

Domenico Patassini

    Urban planner, he teaches Evaluation Culture at the Department of Design and Planning in Complex Environments at Iuav University of Venice. Former Dean of the Faculty of Planning at the Iuav University of Venice from 2004 to 2010, he is still a member of the Teaching Board of the PhD programme in 'New technologies: territory and environment', as an expert. At Iuav he taught from 1976 to 2011 models of territorial analysis, theories and techniques of evaluation in support of urbanism and planning processes. He has published numerous books and articles on the subject and has worked professionally as a planner and trainer in Italy and abroad, in public administrations and universities. He has been president of the Italian Association of Valuation (AIV) and is still a member of the editorial board of the journal Rassegna Italiana di Valutazione (RIV) and the related FrancoAngeli series.

  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Marco Patuano

    Chairman of the A2A Group 2016 - 2019 is CEO at Edizione Holding Edizione, an industrial holding company with a Net Asset Value of 12.5 Bn € (June 19); in the three years the group invested 2.4 Bn €. During the period, he held the following Board Member positions: Atlantia and Chairman Celllnex, Autogrill,Benetton,Edizione Property (Real Estate) 2011 - 2016 he is Managing Director / CEO of Telecom Italia In the period 2013-16 he was also a GSMA Board Member (GSM Association Ltd), serving as Chairman of the GSMA Regulatory Group, and as a member of the GSMA Strategy Group and GSMA Finance Group. 2010 - 2011 is Group CCO of Telecom Italia 2008 - 2010 is Group CFO of Telecom Italia and Board Member: TIM Participacoes, Telecom Argentina, TI Sparkle,TI Media 2005 - 2008 he is CEO of Telecom Argentina (TA) 2004 - 2005 he is General Manager of Telecom Italia Latin America 2003 - 2004 he is CFO of Tim Brasil and CFO of Telecom Italia Latin America 1994 - 2002 he is Responsible for Finance in the TIM demerger project; then responsible for Finance in TIM 1990 - 1994 he is Member of the Finance Team for the merger between SIP, Italcable, Telespazio, SIRM, ASST in Telecom Italia at SIP - Telecom Italia

  • Marco Patuano (Green Voice 2020)

Claudia Pedercini

    Project Manager AttivAree Valli Resilienti

  • Environmental sustainability strategies for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Maria Grazia Pedrana

    Senior Policy Analyst EU and International Relations at Lombardy Region

  • Delivery tools to support the Environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Piero Pelizzaro

    CRO Municipality of Milan

  • From the Resilient City to the Resilient Neighborhood (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Vicepresident ANCI - National Association of Italian Municipalities

  • Governance 4.0 and Sustainable Cities (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Tracy Penn

    Tracy Penn is an environmental artist working in encaustic and found material. She works with upcycled material to give a second life to the discarded and to raise awareness of climate change. Tracy did her artistic training at the Art Students League of New York, the International Center of Photography, and the New York School for Interior Design. In addition, she has worked with highly regarded artists to learn the nuance of encaustic. In a previous life Tracy worked in marketing at the Museum of Modern Art and museum education at the Solomon R. Guggenheim. She has a master’s degree in Visual Arts Administration from New York University. Tracy has been accepted to the Chateau d'Orquevaux Artist Residency, in Orquevaux, France, for 2021-2022 and was awarded The Denis Diderot A-i-R Grant. She also curates’ exhibitions in support of the environment. This year, Tracy curated an exhibition on Artsy, Art for Environmental and Climate Justice. In 2020, she curated a show for the Art Gowanus ArtWalk, UPCYCLING: Transforming the Discarded into Art. Tracy works and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Ecologically conscious artwork by Tracy Penn

Giovanni Perrotto

    Postdoctoral Researcher IIT -Italian Technology Institute

  • The bioeconomy or the economy for life (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Luigi Pilato

    Luigi Pilato was born in Salerno in 1965. As a child, he dreamed of becoming a footballer and filled notebooks drawing football scenes. He graduated in Accountancy and worked in various commercial fields and although he was gifted in painting, making pictures and portraits for friends and relatives, he never thought of devoting himself to painting on a regular basis. It wasn't until 2012, after a job disappointment, that his life turned around.

  • The forms of recycling by Luigi Pilato


Enrico Rampin

Stefania Ricci

    Director Museo Ferragamo

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Riccardo Rifici

    Directorate General for Climate and Energy Italian Ministry for the Environment and Protection of Land and Sea

  • Green Public Procurement: which products are “CAM compliant”? (collab. ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Emanuele Riva

    Vice Director General Accredia and President IAF

Davide Rizzardi

    Attorney with Executive Powers for Environment, Health and Safety at Policlinico San Donato

  • The certification is a label (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Eleonora Rizzuto

    Founder AISEC

  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Daan Roosegaarde

    Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde (1979) is a creative thinker and maker of social designs which explore the relation between people, technology and space. Roosegaarde has been driven by nature’s gifts such as light-emitting fireflies and jellyfishes since an early age. His fascination for nature and technology is reflected in his iconic designs such as Smart Highway (roads which charge from sunlight and glow at night), Waterlicht (a virtual flood) and Urban Sun (cleans public spaces of coronavirus to bring well-being). He founded Studio Roosegaarde in 2007, where he works with his team of designers and engineers towards a better future. Together they develop ‘Landscapes of the Future’ and build smart sustainable prototypes for the cities of tomorrow. Roosegaarde is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, named Artist of the Year 2016 in The Netherlands, and visiting professor at Tongji University Shanghai, OCAD University Toronto and Monterrey University in Mexico.

  • Daan Roosegaarde’s Projects

Andrea Rosso

Enea Roveda

    Enea Roveda in 2000 contributes to the foundation of LifeGate. Initially as Artistic Director of LifeGate Radio and then as CEO. Since 2010, as marketing and communication director of the LifeGate group, he is committed to expanding the community and accompanying companies in their sustainable development paths. In 2014 he took on the position of CEO of the group with the aim of consolidating LifeGate as a reference point for sustainability in Italy.

  • Enea Roveda (Green Voice 2020)

Paolo Rozera

    Director Unicef Italia

  • Governance 4.0 and Sustainable Cities (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Anna Maria Rugarli

    Sustainability & Responsibility Senior Director EMEA VF International

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)


John Sabraw

    Artist John Sabraw is an activist and environmentalist, Sabraw’s paintings, drawings and collaborative installations are produced in an eco conscious manner, and he continually works toward a fully sustainable practice. He collaborates with scientists on many projects, and one of his current collaborations involves creating paint and paintings from iron oxide extracted in the process of remediating polluted streams. Sabraw’s art is in numerous collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Honolulu, the Elmhurst Museum in Illinois, Emprise Bank, and Accenture Corp. Sabraw is represented in Palo Alto by Qualia Contemporary Art, in Chicago by Thomas McCormick, in London by Gallery Shtorm, and in Martha’s Vineyard by Sargent Gallery. Sabraw is a Professor of Art at Ohio University where he chairs the Painting + Drawing program, and Board Advisor at Scribble Art Workshop in New York. He has most recently been featured in Time, TED, Smithsonian, New Scientist, and Great big Stories.

  • Pigment paint from pollution by John Sabraw

Giuseppe Sala

    Giuseppe Sala was born in 1958 in Milan. He graduated in 1983 in Economics and Commerce from Bocconi University. Thanks to positions of responsibility both in the private and in the public sphere, Giuseppe Sala – known as Beppe – has an important professional managerial experience behind him. Known for having been at the helm of Expo Milano 2015, he previously took on management roles in companies of international importance, starting with Pirelli and Telecom Italia. It was in January 2009 that Sala began to work in the public sphere. Called by the Municipality of Milan as General Manager, he honored this position until his appointment as CEO of Expo 2015 SpA, which took place in June 2010. In May 2013 he was appointed Sole Commissioner delegated by the Government for Expo Milano 2015. The love for Milan and the conviction of being able to do something to make it, together with the metropolitan city, an increasingly fair, welcoming and attractive place at an international level pushes him to take the path of politics.

  • Giuseppe Sala (Green Voice 2020)

Giovanni Sandri

    Giovanni Sandri, Managing Director, is Head of BlackRock Italia with managerial responsibility for the Italian business. He is member of the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Executive Committee and member of the Continental Europe Executive Committee. Previously, he assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer of BlackRock in Italy, France, Belgium, Luxembourg. From 2006 to 2009 he was Chief Administrative Officer for BlackRock’s Retail business in Southern Europe (France, Italy, Spain and Portugal). Eng. Sandri joined Merrill Lynch Investment Managers in 2005 when he was appointed Head of Client Service and Administration for Italy. Before joining MLIM, he worked as a Business Analyst and Senior Project Manager in large Italian organizations. Graduated in Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano, he then obtained a professional certificate from the Management School of the Bocconi University.


Alessandra Savina

    Ph. D. Politecnico di Torino

  • Food (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Alessandro Saviola

    Italian entrepreneur and manager, Chairman of Saviola Group since 2009, a leading Italian company in the circular economy sector. Saviola Group founded in 1963 by Mauro Saviola, is active in four business sectors: production of ecological chipboard, furniture rta, chemical and life science. 1500 employees 600 million revenue and 13 plants in Italy and foreign countries.

  • GROW(ING) RIGHTS (Green Talks 2020)

Maria Hilda Schettino

    Lawyer Rödl & Partner

  • Environmental legislation (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Stefan Schurig

    Secretary General of the Foundations 20 Platform (F20), a network of more than 60 Foundations from all parts of the world supporting the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and the Paris Climate Agreement. He is an architect by training and has worked for more than 20 years in the 3rd sector on sustainability subjects with a focus on climate, energy and Regenerative Cities. Before he joined the F20 platform in 2017 he was a member of the Executive Board of the World Future Council Foundation (WFC) and Head of the Climate and Energy department for some 10 years. In this capacity Stefan way closely involved with the design and implementation renewable energy legislations and initiatives. Stefan also served as an appointed member of the Steering Committee of the World Urban Campaign of the United Nations between 2010-2016. He authored and co-authored various publications on environmental protection, energy and urban development in recent years. He is also teaching a master class at the Urban Planning Faculty of the Hamburg University for the Built Environment (HCU). Until 2007 Stefan was a member of the Senior Management Team and spokesperson of Greenpeace in Germany for some ten years.

  • THE ROLE OF FOUNDATIONS (Green Talks 2020)

Flavio Sciuccati

    Senior Partner European House Ambrosetti

  • Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Lucia Scopelliti

    Head of Economic Planning Unit Municipality of Milan

  • Delivery tools to support the Environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Koen van Seijen

    Partner Garnell

  • How to invest in the environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Kirsi Seppäläinen

    Vice President Stora Enso

  • Green Pills 2019
  • The bioeconomy or the economy for life (Milano Green Forum 2019)

    Fashion (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Simona Severini

    Singer-songwriter, born in Milan. After some experience in music and theatre that led her to be a guest on the records of Enrico Pieranunzi, Pacifico and to perform at the Piccolo in Milan and at the Napoli Teatro Festival, she decided to "sing on her own". She has toured guitar and voice clubs and festivals in Italy and Europe (Umbria Jazz, London Jazz Festival, JazzMi, Paris Jazz Vocal among others) coming to perform at the Quirinale, on 8 March 2019, in front of the President of the Republic who appointed her as a Cavaliere, one of the youngest of the Italian Republic.

SNPA - National Network System for Environmental Protection

    The National Network System for Environmental Protection is a reality as of 14 January 2017, the date on which the law establishing the National Network System for Environmental Protection and regulating the Higher Institute for Environmental Protection and Research came into force.

  • SNPA Report on Italy’s air quality 2020
  • SNPA Environment Report 2019

Paola Solari

    EIA and sustainable development sector Liguria Region

  • Environmental sustainability strategies for tourism in the 21st century (in collaboration with IAIA) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Carlo Spampinato

    Lawyer Rödl & Partner

  • Environmental legislation (milano Green Forum 2019)

Walter Stahel

    Founder Product-Life Institute

  • Green Pills 2019
  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Mariangela Stoppa

    President BioDesArt

  • Biomimicry (Milano Green Forum 2019)


Cristina Tajani

    Councillor for work, trade, staff, economic development Municipality of Milan

  • Plastic strategy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Raffaello Teani

    ANIE Energia

  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Niccolò Teodori

    CEO Elemize Technologies

  • Smart city 4.0 (in collab. with IAIA Italia) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Andy Tomkins

    EMEA Sustainability Engagement Manager Canon EMEA

  • Green Pills 2019
  • The “famous” circular economy (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Piero Torretta

    President UNI

  • The certification is a label (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Giuseppe Tortato

    Architect and Founder Giuseppe Tortato

  • How to make eco-friendly design (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Filippo Trifiletti

    General manager Accredia

  • The certification is a label (Milano Green Forum 2019)


UN - United Nations



Gianmario Verona

    Rector of Bocconi University. He is a Professor of Management specialized on the strategic management of technology and innovation, with a focus on the theme of digital trasformation. Between 2007 and 2013 he was a Visiting Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and in 1997 and 1998 he was a Visiting Scholar at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Before being appointed Rector, he served Bocconi as Dean of the Faculty (2014-2016), Director of the MBA program (2012-2014), and Director of the PhD in Business Administration (2009-2012). He is author of 70+ academic articles and 5 books and has published in all leading management journals. Over the years he has collaborated with many Global500 companies, innovative multinationals and newly founded startups in terms of applied research, executive education and consulting activity.


Alessandro Villa

    CEO Planet

  • Biomimicry (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Alessandra Viola

    Journalist, writer, TV producer. She has a PhD in Communication Sciences and one in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. She is the author of scientific essays including Flower Power. For plant rights (Einaudi 2020), Trash! (with Piero Martin, Codice Edizioni 2017), Verde Brillante (with Stefano Mancuso, Giunti 2013, translated into seventeen languages) and has twice won the National Award for scientific dissemination. She is a visiting researcher at the Center for the Humanities and Social Change of the Ca ‘Foscari University of Venice.

  • GROW(ING) RIGHTS (Green Talks 2020)


Mathis Wackernagel

    Mathis Wackernagel, Ph.D. co-created Ecological Footprint accounting and founded Global Footprint Network, a think-tank focused on bringing about an economy in which all can thrive within the means of our one planet. His awards include the 2018 World Sustainability Award, the 2015 IAIA Global Environment Award, and the 2012 Blue Planet Prize.

  • Mathis Wackernagel (Green Voice 2020)

WHO | World Health Organization

    The World Health Organisation is a specialised UN institution for health. It was established by a treaty adopted in New York in July 1946, which came into force in 1948 and is based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Jonathan Wilkinson

    The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, has served as the Member of Parliament for North Vancouver since 2015. Minister Wilkinson spent more than 20 years in the private sector, holding leadership positions with a number of companies dedicated to the development of green technologies. His work as CEO of both QuestAir Technologies and the former BioteQ Environmental Technologies (now BQE Water Inc.), in addition to his role as senior Vice-President of Business Development with Nexterra, provided him with extensive experience in the energy and environmental technology sectors. He also previously worked at Bain & Company, a leading global management consultancy. A Rhodes Scholar, Minister Wilkinson made use of his educational background in public policy when he worked as a constitutional negotiator and a federal-provincial relations specialist. He has served on several industries and charitable boards, including the United Way of the Lower Mainland and the B.C. Technology Industry Association. He also served as a board member and treasurer of the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation. Minister Wilkinson has deep roots in North Vancouver, where he is raising his family alongside his wife, Tara.

  • Jonathan Wilkinson (Green Voice 2020)

World Manufacturing Foundation

    The Foundation seeks to supportand empower cooperation between stakeholders, while involving the most important actors in a global discussion about trends in manufacturing.

World Meteorological Organization

    The World Meteorological Organisation is an intergovernmental organisation of a technical nature, dealing with meteorology, climate and water resources and comprising 191 member states and territories.



Gianna Zappi

    Director of Sustainability and Valorization UNI

  • How to invest in the environment (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Gloria Zavatta

    CEO AMAT Agenzia Mobilità Ambiente Territorio

  • Sustainable mass events? It can be done! (in collaboration with ReMade in Italy) (Milano Green Forum 2019)

Zero Waste Europe

    Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) is the European network of communities, local leaders, experts, and change agents working towards the elimination of waste.

  • How circular is PET?
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