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M'illumino less, we turn off the lights and think about the future of the environment
the ROME - another day dedicated to energy saving, this Friday 6 march, and sustainable life styles. inspired by an initiative started 16 years ago to the microphones of Radio 2, in the program of Massimo Cirri and Sara Zamboni, Caterpillar. “M'illumino di meno”, has thus become an occasion for national mobilization that over the years has attracted a huge participation of the public and has achieved several hits, even at the Institutions. A symbolic gesture like that to turn off the light helps to promote a more conscious use of energy resources available to us, and makes us reflect on climate change in the act. The edition 2020 focuses on the trees and on the urban green spaces and invites citizens and towns, schools and institutions to plant a tree. As stated in the promotional spot, “A tree is in the light,” and symbolizes the fight against Co2 emissions.

Goal Greta Thunberg. Today's M'illumino di meno " is one of the major initiatives of the eco-Italian with global resonance, and draws the attention of personalities and international institutions. The European Parliament, for example, will adhere to the initiative by planting trees. The challenge of this year for the conductors of Caterpillar, Sara Zambotti and Massimo Cirri is to do get the appeal of two women heavily involved in the fight against climate change: Greta Thunberg and Jane Fonda. And who knows, if with the help of the listeners are not able to go up the famous “six degrees of separation”.

network with international movements. it Is important to engage in dialogue with international movements to fight climate change that in recent years they have also grown in Italy, such as Fridays for the Future and Extinction Rebellion. Build a network of grassroots action to influence policy decisions: these are the goals of the groups to fight, animated especially by young people.

environmental Training in schools. The Italian institutions are conscious of the environment, as they have reiterated the ministers of Environment and of Education to the presentation of the ' M'illumino di meno 2020. According to the minister of Education Lucy Azzolini “the school has a fundamental task in creating an ethic of responsibility”: from the next cycle education the environmental education will be present in the school programs. “We are the first Country in the world that fits the training environment in schools,” says the minister of the Environment Sergio Costa, who also announced the creation of a “bank of trees” – a tool to engage the banking system in the planting of new trees in Italy.

A proposal: implement the work-from-home. The attention to the environment is also confirmed in the new budget law, but you have to act faster and more effectively. Climate change requires radical transformations of our way of life, and we have many technological tools to do so. An example of that? The smartworking, it would be better to say “work smart”, work remotely, in short, that lets you limit the travel and harmful emissions. The National Agency for Environmental Protection of Lombardia, confirming a drastic reduction of fine dust in the last few weeks, thanks to the measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. And if you tried to implement it in an intelligent and aware and make it the norm? The environment I would thank.

climate Change and migration. looking at the overall migration, it is evident how climate change are affecting human mobility. The ever increasing presence of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is causing global temperatures rise and increasing frequency and intensity of extreme events such as drought, fire, hurricanes, storm surges, and waves of frost. The phenomena that are forcing thousands of people to leave their Country: they are the new climate migrants. The negative consequences also affect food security and the availability of water. According to the intergovernmental panel on climate change of the United Nations, by 2080, between 1.1 and 3.2 billion people could experience water scarcity, 200 to 600 million hunger and between 2 and 7 million a year coastal flooding.

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