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RemTech Expo 2018
European Mobility week
16-22 september
Laws and tools to combat the soil consumption. Which prosepctives for the planning land?Sep 21, 2018 from 09:30 AM to 01:30 PMVenezia,
Quarterly analysis of greenhouse gas emissions
Tropical species in the marine environment, an alert for human health
ISPRA re-launches the information campaign. In the summer, with the exponential increase of users of the marine environment, it is very important to know and be able to distinguish the invasive marine species, in particular those that can be dangers for human health. ISPRA, which has been studying the phenomenon for years, therefore re-launches the alert campaign on the spotted puffer fish Lagocephalus sceleratus and on the scorpion fish Pterois mile. Spotted puffer fish, reported for the first time on the Italian coast in September 2013, within the Marine Protected Area of the Pelagie Islands, continues to expand its geographical distribution in the Mediterranean Sea. The scorpion fish is one of the most invasive marine species in the world. Accidentally introduced in Florida in the late 1980s, it invaded the entire Caribbean Sea and much of the western Atlantic coast, with impacts on coastal marine biodiversity, mainly due to its formidable predatory capacity.
Regional strategies for sustanaible development
ISPRA President and DG visiting the Environmental Laboratory of the Coast Guard
The President of ISPRA, Stefano Laporta, together with the General Director, Alessandro Bratti, and some experts in the various fields of expertise, have visited the Laboratory for Environmental Analysis " C.F. Natale De Grazia" Coast Guard, set up at the Port Authority of Rome. The delegation of the Institute was welcomed by Admiral Giovanni Pettorino, Commander General of the Corps of Port Authorities - Coast Guard. The General Commander and the Ispra President have immediately expressed a strong understanding on the common purpose of safeguarding and protecting the marine and coastal environment and a communion of intentions on the opportunity to share the respective competences at the central and regional level.
Seminar : "Plastics at sea and litorals : issues and proposalsAug 08, 2018 from 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Conference : "Sea emergency: know to act"Aug 11, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PMMuggia,
EU cleaning service eco-label: how professional cleaning changesOct 11, 2018 from 04:30 PM to 07:00 PMMilano,
Building the national hydrologic balance a new model of environmental knowledge for the citizensJul 31, 2018 from 09:30 AM to 01:00 PMRoma, Auditorium ISPRA, Via V. Brancati, 48,
Earthquakes volcanoes and clouds: from forgotten vulnerability to the safety culture
Discovering Posidonia Oceanica
Book on the HFC alternative technologies
Memorandum of agreement between ISPRA and ARPA Sicily
Invasive alien species: extended the deadline for reporting pet ownership
Report on the landslides and floods in Italy
Today was presented at the Deputy Chamber the Report on the landslided and floods in Italy - 2018 edition. The Report provides the updated reference framework on the danger concerning landslides and floods throughout the country and the risk indicators related to population, families, buildings , businesses and cultural heritage. The data contained in the Report represent a useful tool to support risk mitigation policies, to identify intervention priorities, allocate funds and plan land protection measures.
Planet Earth weekly 2018
ISPRA and RSE consolidate the collaboration on environmental research
Signed a three-year agreement between the two parties
The Minister for the Environment and Protection of the Territory and the Sea Sergio Costa speaks at the SNPA National Council
the Minister of the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea Sergio Costa has met today at the ISPRA headquarters the National System for Environmental Protection (SNPA); objectives, institutional tasks have been presented to the Minister by ISPRA and SNPA President Stefano Laporta and Vice President Luca Marchesi, in the presence of ISPRA General Manager Alessandro Bratti and all the Regional and Provincial Agencies' Directors 'Environment.