Parete Stakeholder Workshop: Promoting healthy soils for resilient land management in Italy
🌱 Join us to shape the future of resilient land management!
The BENCHMARKS project, in collaboration with the University of Naples Federico II and the National Research Council, is excited to announce our Stakeholder Engagement Workshop to be held in Parete, Italy, in November 2023 (exact date to be confirmed).
Our workshop, titled ‘Healthy Soils for a Healthy Life’, explores the topic of soil health by analysing the spillovers and impacts of degraded soils on urban ecosystems for the promotion of sustainable land management. Bringing together a wide range of participants, including land managers, land planners, public and private sector stakeholders, educators, environmental associations and free citizens, this event offers a unique opportunity to collectively address the challenges of soil health in the context of urban land management.
We will also present our activities in the Parete case study, part of the Benchmarks project.
What to expect:
🌿 Engaging conversations: Be prepared for dynamic and participatory discussions that bring together a mosaic of perspectives related to urban planning, green areas and human and soil health.
🌍 Strengthening ties: Create meaningful relationships with other participants who share your passion and commitment to the environment, sustainability and soil health.
📚 Knowledge sharing: Immerse yourself in the wealth of knowledge and experience that will be shared, enriching your understanding of soil management in the urban landscape in Campania and Italy.
🚀 Shaping the future: Participate in the change you wish to see in the world by contributing to the evolution of soil health practices in Italy and Europe.
If you are eager to participate in this workshop, please do not hesitate to contact Giuliano Ferraro (email@example.com) to secure your place. Even if you are unable to attend, we invite you to get in touch with us, ask questions and join our network of stakeholders in Italy. Your engagement and contribution are invaluable for our work to promote healthy soils and resilient land management in Italy and Europe.
For enquiries and further details, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are excited to get in touch with you and embark on this vital journey together!