The Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS): think global, act locally

By ASviS

On 18 January 2022, ASviS, partner of the Italian Pavillion at EXPO 2020 Dubai, together with the EU Commission, will present a High-Level Forum at EXPO 2020 Dubai, which will be live-streamed online in English. The event will see the participation of international experts on Governance and the private sector to share best practices for a sustainable recovery. ASviS will disseminate the English translations of: the 2021 annual Report on Italy and the SDGs; the research “SDG20” on the position of the G20 countries and the 2030 Agenda; the Paper on the Encyclical Laudato Sì and Goal 16. Find more on

ASviS has presented the second edition of the  Report on Italian territories on 2 December during an online event in which the Minister of Sustainable mobility and transport also took part. The Report measures and analyses the positioning of regions, provinces, metropolitan cities, urban areas and districts compared to the 17 SDGs. In addition to statistical data, the report focuses on territorial inequalities in Italy, with a particular focus on the South and internal areas. The report indicates policy proposals to move the country towards a sustainable recovery.

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