Green Economy in Sicily. The agreement arrives

The Sicilian territory can be occupied and promoted in terms of eco-sustainability. An agreement was signed between the Sicily Region and theUniversity of Palermo to bring a "active collaboration"That can act as an essential tool for the promotion, enhancement and recovery of the territory within the green economy.

Among the painful notes of the Sicilian territory there is the lack of a building regulations which requires municipalities to adopt new legislation "sulla urban regeneration, with particular attention to the energy efficiency of buildings". The idea is to provide Bodies and Municipalities with all the guidelines necessary to grow the gross local product by exploiting the practices of green economy.

The protocol was signed by the Councilor Alessandro Arcò and the rector Roberto Lagalla for the Interdepartmental Research Center in Automation and Systems Engineering of the University of Parlermo (CIRIAS). The Department of Territory and Environment of the Sicily Region is committed to a long-term collaboration with the University of Palermo.

The main purpose is "go back to building in Sicily and to reconsolidate without cementing ", thus CIRIAS undertakes to develop interventions environmentally friendly within the project Urban Campus. This will promote the spread of construction techniques green building and systems for the production of clean energy and water regeneration.

It will not be overlooked seismic safety and to grow the gross local product, local forces will be exploited, from raw materials that do not require energy for transport - because they are extracted or processed locally - and a workforce with the involvement of local professionals and university students who will thus be able to to work directly in the field.

While off the island of Sicily there is a fight against oil speculations, an excellent agreement is born between the University of Palermo and the Region that cannot help but improve the Sicilian situation.

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