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A design activism workshop for youth between 18 and 35 years of age dedicated to the fundamental theme of sustainability, which concerns us all and on which it is becoming increasingly urgent to move in a conscious manner.
But also a space for young people to put their skills into play. A moment to think about the needs of South Tyrol and how each of us can do our part to trigger positive dynamics for the entire community and the ecosystem of which we are part.
A creative process based on Design-Based Learning, that will start from the exploration of themes such as the use of resources, mobility-related choices, land use and land regeneration, consumption, purchasing and eating habits...and it will lead participants to go deep into a phase of conception of an awareness raising campaign which will promote virtuous behaviour in favour of sustainability. The campaign will be disseminated on the main social media channels.
Thanks to the guidance of expert facilitators and collaborative activities, we will face a path that will allow us to convey our message both visually and in terms of storytelling in a positive way and at the same time with great impact, in order to spread awareness of the causes we
We will deal with design methodologies and approach tools and canvases (digital and otherwise) designed to support the creative process.
Cycling together in Val d'Ega on Tuesday, 6 September 2022 Meeting point: 8.30 a.m. Bolzano Central car park. Explore and enjoy the Val d'Ega in a sustainable way. The HGV participates in the Sustainability Days with a bike event and organises a guided bike tour together with the tourism organisation "Eggental" for those interested. Information and registration: Hoteliers- und Gastwirteverband (HGV), Bolzano Tel. 0471 317 700, email@example.com
September 6th, start at 14:00h and end at 17:30h with a coffee break from 15:30-16h. It will take place at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Universitätsplatz 1, Building F on the 6th Floor.
The side event will be conducted in English The Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop is an annual event jointly organized by the Alliance for Research on Wine & Hospitality Management created in 2017 by Cornell University SC Johnson College of Business, EHL Hotel Management School Lausanne, Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Hotel & Tourism Management, KEDGE Business School and the Faculty of Economics and Management at the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano. The Alliance aims to promote excellent research in the fields of Wine & Hospitality Management. In 2022, the event takes place in Bozen-Bolzano on 5-6 September. We have received a number of international contributions on “Sustainability in the Wine and Hospitality Sector” with selected contributions to be published in the Journal of Wine Economics.
The afternoon on September 6 is dedicated to Sustainability as a side event of the Sustainability
Days. We would ask for those willing to attend the side event to express their interest so that we can make sure to be able to accommodate additional guests at the workshop and to guarantee that they can participate in the discussion and coffee break.
There will be two sessions with 3 research papers presented and discussed in each session.
September 6th 18:00 - 19:00 - online
The intense collaboration between LAND Srl, international landscape consulting company, and Terra Institute Srl, sustainability consultants for global change, in 2021 has resulted in the publication of a whitepaper based on our joined expertise in the planning of resilient landscapes and territorial developments. The study provides concrete steps and a framework that municipalities, regions or communities can apply to analyse, identify and implement opportunities in their specific landscapes. The whitepaper combines the expertise of LAND Srl and Terra Institute in their complementary approaches to regional development and stresses the need for a participatory process towards sustainable regional development involving citizens and different professional and institutional sectors in order to make regions fit for a green transition. Landscape has a key role in activating the potential of communities and places thus fostering change. Our contribution to the “Sustainability Days 2022” will be a moderated panel discussion between the founders of the two companies, Andreas Kipar and Evelyn Oberleiter, moderated by co-founder of Terra Institute, Günther Reifer. The discussion will cover the challenges and opportunities of sustainable regional development with a special focus on current examples in South Tyrol. The meeting will be held online and in English, and the whitepaper will be made available to the participants at the end of the event.
Wednesday, 7 September 2022 at 8 p.m.
in the community centre of Sand in Taufers, there will be an information meeting about saving energy in everyday life The municipality of Sand in Taufers has been a pioneer in the production of renewable energy for several years and has participated in the ClimateMunicipality programme since 2015. Under the motto "Save energy today", the Climate Community of Sand in Taufers would now like to shed light on the topic from different perspectives within the framework of an information event for citizens. After a keynote speech on "Energy transition in South Tyrol" by Roland Plank (Climate Club South Tyrol), the energy balance of the municipality and the energy report will be presented. Various concrete examples of sustainable mobility, in schools and from the neighbouring municipality of Bruneck (fire brigade commander Reinhard Weger) and a discussion on the presented contributions will round off the evening.
Meeting point: 1 p.m. at Bressanone railway station
or 2.30 p.m. at Vipiteno railway station.
14:45: Pfitsch herb garden 15:30 Town square Sterzing
The Provincial Councillor for Trade and Services Philipp Achammer and the hds business association invite you to an extensive supporting programme between Bressanone and Vipiteno. The focus is on local supply in rural areas and local cycles. How can we keep South Tyrol's communities livable and vibrant while at the same time enhancing living space and the economy?
In one afternoon, Provincial Councillor Philipp Achammer and the hds will demonstrate with a practice-oriented roadshow that South Tyrol's rural areas are bursting with exciting ideas and entrepreneurial spirit. People from political and economic life will demonstrate strategies and fruits of the "South Tyrolean Way". With targeted support and an active citizenry, unconventional, sustainable and local business ideas can also bear fruit successfully.
On the way, the group meets interesting entrepreneurs who have implemented innovative ideas: By train from Bressanone to Vipiteno, then by bike in Pfitsch to visit the operator of a herb garden, then to the town of Vipiteno with its special commitment to sustainability and rural local supply. The tour continues by bus to Mauls, where the preservation of a local supply business was possible thanks to public funding and a lot of personal commitment.
As part of the initiative 'The Recycling Cycle', a free guided tour of the Bolzano waste-to-energy plant will be organised, promoted by the Upad Foundation, Palladio and Cesfor in cooperation with the Bolzano eco centre and as part of the Bolzano Province's Sustainability Days. The problem of the indiscriminate production and accumulation of waste requires us to make clear choices: proper disposal and recycling, processing and minimal environmental impact are the keywords for an intelligent and sustainable management of the waste that people produce every day. How to sort waste? What and how much can be recovered and recycled? How to produce less of it? How to transform it into clean energy?
These are the topics at the heart of the initiative, which is totally free of charge, and will be preceded at 9.30 a.m. by an introductory conference on the theme "Waste, problem or resource?", by Marco Palmitano, general manager of eco centre, followed by a talk by Prof. Lucio Lucchin, president of the "Gaetano Gambara" Upad Cultural Federation, on food waste and the food regime of the future.
A shuttle bus will be provided to reach the waste-to-energy plant, departing at 9.00 a.m. from the Bolzano Lido car park.
For safety reasons, closed shoes and long trousers are required.
The use of a protective mask is recommended.
For further information or to book a place, please contact 0471 272 690 or 210201 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
On Wednesday, 7 September, a lecture by climate researcher Marc Zebisch followed by a panel discussion will take place at 7.30 p.m. in the Aula Magna of the Jenesien secondary school in the presence of Provincial Councillor Maria Hochgruber Kuenzer and Mayor of the municipality of Jenesien Paul Romen. The event will be moderated by Monika Mair Reichhalter, sustainability officer of the municipality of Jenesien. The aim of the evening event, which all interested parties can attend free of charge, is to inform citizens about the latest data from science and to raise awareness of this topic. All those interested will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
Transart is a multidisciplinary festival that invites its audience to explore the new and innovative expressions of contemporary art, from classical to electronic music, from figurative art to performance, from cinema to new digital technologies.
Wednesday, 7 September, starting at 5 p.m. at the Parkhotel Laurin, Laurinstraße 4 in Bolzano Sustainability challenges us at all levels, is a task for society as a whole and must become the maxim of our actions. Young people in particular are very sensitive to this and are very concerned with this topic, because sustainability means the future - also in sport. The Association of Sports Clubs in South Tyrol has been dealing with this topic for a long time and has asked itself how sport and its sports organisations can face this particular challenge. The N! Charter for Sport, a target concept conceived by the Ministry of the Environment of Baden Württemberg in close cooperation with the State Sports Association of Baden Württemberg, the sports associations and sports clubs in the context of the action programme Sport and Sustainability, seemed to us to be able to support an uncomplicated entry into an initial sustainability management in sport.
On 07 September, Giovanni Bruno, President of the Milan-based Banco Alimentare Foundation, will be the speaker (in Italian, no simultaneous translation) presenting the Foundation's activities. The 21 regional structures of Banco Alimentare recycle surplus food from various donors in the agricultural food chain on a daily basis, reducing waste and giving new value to food that is still good.
Eggental Tourism makes the sustainability of product development tangible. In the new hiking offer "on new paths over hill and dale/enjoy nature", hiking guides with local knowledge accompany their guests not on well-trodden hiking paths, but through woods and meadows. The encounter with nature gives strength and invites you to rest. Start: 10.00 a.m. | Return: 2.50 p.m. | Walking time: approx. 3 h | Length: 7-8 km | Difference in altitude: ascent: 310 m, descent: 307 m | Highest point: 1670 m | Refreshment stop: Petersberger Leger
Wednesday, 7 September. Meeting point at 9 pm in the village centre of Steinegg.
What actually is a star, how does it come into being, why does it shine, why and how does it die? Or is it not a star at all but a planet? What are galaxies and can we see them? What is it about our home galaxy, the Milky Way? And how big and how far away are the stars we see with the naked eye? Where can you find your star sign, where the most important constellations? Answers to these questions can be found on a night hike with the passionate amateur astronomer and president of the "Max Valier" association Steffi Wolters. The short hike leads from the village centre of Steinegg over the Pstosserbühl to the roof terrace of the Hotel Steineggerhof. There, participants will dive into the depths of the universe. Bilingual guided tour (DE & IT) if required.
Thursday, 8 September, 2022 from 6.30 p.m., Europe Direct South Tyrol will
organize a short discussion on sustainability in agriculture in the event hall
Kasino at BASIS Vinschgau Venosta. The speakers will provide answers to the
questions: "what contribution can sustainable agriculture make to regional
development and how could agriculture look like in future". Speakers: Franz
Fischler, former European Union's Commissioner for Agriculture, Anja Matscher
Theiner – farmer Lechtlhof, Kathrin Plunger – Research Centre Laimburg, Gerda
Platzgummer Wellenzohn – farmer Huterhof, Arnold Schuler – member of the
government of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano. Moderation: Martha Gärber and
Katharina Thurin. Two ERDF projects, LIDO and VERDE, will be presented. During
the subsequent drinks reception, the conference guests will have the
opportunity to deepen the discussed topic in individual discussions with the
In German, no simultaneous translation.
On Thursday, 8 September, 2022, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., the mobile bicycle repair workshop will stop at the town hall square in Nals. The mobile bicycle repair workshop of the social cooperative Novum 2 is coming to Nals and anyone interested can have their bicycle repaired free of charge. Small repairs will be made and the bicycle will be checked and repaired by the mechanics. We hope that more and more people will use bicycles as a means of transport and do good for themselves and the environment. Come to the town hall square on 8 September from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and get your bike in shape!
In Italian, registration required. The lecture by Laura Deflorian will take place at the headquarters of the Consorzio Lavoratori Studenti (CLS) at Romstraße no. 9, Bolzano, from 7.00 to 8.00 pm. Creative recycling" involves reusing or repurposing outdated items of clothing without creating waste. This and much more will be discussed during lecturer Laura Deflorian's lecture "Circular Economy in the Textile World". Admission is free.
Dumpling workshop, Kronlechner Hof in Welschnofen, 10-12.30 a.m. At the beginning of 2022, a pilot project was launched throughout the Val d'Ega valley to promote and strengthen the cooperation between farmers and restaurateurs. The farmers from Val d'Ega sell their vegetables and eggs directly to hotels and restaurants. The project will be presented to those present at the dumpling workshop. At the moment, the farmers from the Eggental are not yet able to cover the entire demand. In the coming years, this project will be extended to other product groups.
Thursday, 8 September 2022 from 2 to 4 p.m. a webinar on the topic of "Energy Communities". The development of renewable energies in connection with energy communities is a new field for South Tyrol. The webinar aims to reach as many stakeholders as possible, in particular municipalities, the energy sector and interested citizens, and to demonstrate the approach and added value for local communities in an energy community through a general introduction and concrete best examples from Italy and abroad. In addition, the actors active in this field and potentially interested communities in South Tyrol are to be better sensitised and networked. Last but not least, a discussion on the advantages and disadvantages as well as on important aspects of the concrete implementation of energy communities in South Tyrol is also planned. The event will last about 2 hours, online via zoom, in order to enable as many people as possible to participate in an environmentally friendly way.
Participants start in Bolzano at the bus station with bus line no. 180 at 10.07 a.m. and are 33 minutes later in Welschnofen at the valley station of the Welschnofen cable car. In another 25 minutes you reach the Kölner Hütte at 2,337 m. On the way in the cable cars, we give an insight into the sustainable mountain mobility experience at Rosengarten: the Carezza Dolomites company has been committed to sustainability for years. In autumn 2019, the company joined the climate neutrality alliance and measures its CO2 footprint annually. The action is intended to show that, on the one hand, it is possible to reach the Dolomite Rocks and thus the UNESCO World Heritage Site directly from the provincial capital in just 1 hour using sustainable mobility, and on the other hand, to provide insights into the sustainability strategy of a cableway company.
The Climate Community Ritten is organising a conference on Thursday, 8 September 2022 - at the town hall of Unterinn, which will focus on the topic of "energy communities". Producers and consumers of renewable energies can join together to form energy communities and thus contribute to local value creation and energy transition. Interested parties will gain an insight into the possibilities of sensible and sustainable energy production through expert presentations and best-practice examples from private individuals and businesses. The conference begins at 7.30 p.m. (meeting in the foyer) - then at 8.00 p.m. the presentations begin in the hall.
We will discuss what we, as citizens, can do in addition to our individual efforts to create resilient habitats that can enable the economic transition necessary to confront the crisis in which we find ourselves.
Presentation of the "Green Days" initiative, which will take place from 21 to 25 September 2022 and will include various offers on environmental topics (information evening: biodecalogue, educational workshops for children, theatre performance, green bazaar, swap meet, information stands on waste separation, organic waste, dog ownership, quiz for primary schools, plogging, hiking day, various award ceremonies and closing party).
Friday, 9 September at 6.30 p.m. in the Old Gymnasium at the Town Hall Square in Bruneck. A plea for an inclusive and climate-friendly transport turnaround - With verve, know-how and creativity, mobility expert Katja Diehl whets the appetite for a society that builds an attractive and climate-friendly future for everyone together. A future that offers more quality of life in cities and in the countryside and takes modern forms of work into account. "Autokorrektur" wants to be the kick-off of a society that builds an attractive mobility future together - today. In Katja Diehl's vision of the future, people can drive cars if they want to. But they no longer have to - because there are attractive alternatives.
Friday, 9 September at 5:00 p.m. in the Kapuzineranger in Schlanders Citizens' meeting: Future use of the "Kapuzineranger".
The market community of Schlanders cordially invites all citizens to a citizens' meeting to discuss the future use of the garden.
The Kapuzineranger in the middle of Schlanders has recently become the property of the municipality. This "green lung" can be opened to the population in the next few years. The citizens are very interested and have many ideas about how the area could be used in the future. What they all have in common is the awareness that the area should be treated very carefully and in harmony with nature and the environment. At the meeting, the population will be given the opportunity to discuss the various ideas and proposals.