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We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd series of the International Summit on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering which is going to be held in Florence, Italy during March 18-20 | 2024, the premier international forum for the discussion of the latest developments in Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering.

We are proud to have hosted a successful conference this year-2023 and next year-2024 is no exception. Let’s join us in the celebration of our success.

The topics covered in this event will include emerging technologies, sustainable development, urbanization, infrastructure planning and management, hazard reduction strategies, modern construction techniques, materials science, and testing methods. The conference will also feature keynote speakers from renowned universities as well as industry experts who will share their insights on how civil engineering can improve our society.

Our goal is to create an environment conducive to networking, collaboration, and learning from each other.

Regards,
R. Adhya | Conference Secretary
ISCSEE2024

The multimedia project, coordinated by the researchers of CNR-ISMAR in Naples, Francesco Paolo Buonocunto, Luciana Ferraro and Laura Giordano, is part of PCTO Project with G. Galilei School of Naples.

On the occasion of the World Ocean Day 2021, researchers of the Institute of Marine Sciences (Ismar) of the National Research Council of Italy released the mini-videoclip realised by the students of the Galileo Galilei School of Naples as a part of a PCTO path (Paths for Transversal Skills and Orientation) focused on the need of safeguarding and protecting the sea through a critical analysis of the coastal marine landscape.

The multimedia project was coordinated by the researchers Francesco Paolo Buonocunto, Luciana Ferraro and Laura Giordano. In recent years, special attention has been dedicated to the safeguarding and protection of sea through a critical analysis of the coastal marine landscape. The European Convention defines ‚ÄúLandscape‚ÄĚ as a designated a part of the territory, as perceived by the populations, the character of which is a result of natural and / or human factors and their interrelations.

During the lockdown, and in view of the notions acquired in the subjects of geology and geomorphology, the students of class 3C of the Liceo Scientifico Galileo Galilei School of Naples, were invited to portray the coasts of the Campania region, and in particular of the city of Naples, which inspired the creation of a mini-clip  for World Ocean Day 2021, in order to launch a choral appeal to protect coastal landscape heritage.

The images portrayed show almost no human presence enhancing the beauty of the natural component compared to the anthropic one, and seem to reinforce the main protagonist which is the sea within a coastal landscape that embodies an environmental heritage that should therefore be preserved and conserved at all costs.

Per informazioni:
Francesco Buonocunto
Cnr – Ismar

Image Credit: https://www.cnr.it/it/news/10341/a-multimedia-project-on-the-conservation-of-the-coastal-marine-landscape

On the occasion of World Oceans Day, North Sails renews its commitment to the protection of the oceans and participates in the Ocean & Climate project, launched by Worldrise and its president Mariasole Bianco.

On Tuesday 8 June, in Italy, ten artists will unveil as many marine-themed murals in different Italian cities, made using an ecological paint that has no impact on the environment.¬†among these there are also Nabla & Zibe, authors of a mural in the Rogoredo area of ‚Äč‚ÄčMilan, and who have also created a work that represents marine species at risk of extinction.

The work will be exhibited in the Milan flagship store on June 8 and will color a limited edition T-shirt, which will be on sale until the end of the month. 30% of the proceeds from the sales of this garment, both in physical and online stores, will be donated to the Worldrise 30 × 30 project.

Also on June 8, North Sails will donate 30% of all-day sales revenues to the project. The initiative promoted by Worldrise has the objective of facilitating the protection of at least 30% of the Italian seas by 2030.

The North Sails T-shirt with the work of Nabla & Zibe for Wolrdrise’s 30 √ó 30 project is available¬†here¬†.

North Sails on IG

Worldrise on IG

Nabla & Zibe on IG 

 

Image Credit: https://www.instagram.com/p/CQilKIPMMno/

On World Ocean Day (8th June 2021), countries from all four corners of the world – from India to Guyana, South Korea to Austria have pledged to support the ‚Äė30 by 30‚Äô commitment which is being championed by the UK-led Global Ocean Alliance¬†and the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People, co-chaired by the UK, Costa Rica and France.

This next milestone follows a successful meeting of the G7 Climate and Environment ministers, during which all members agreed to champion the global ‚Äė30×30‚Äô target to conserve or protect at least 30 percent of the world‚Äôs land and at least 30 percent of the world‚Äôs ocean by 2030, as well as committing to ‚Äė30 x 30‚Äô domestically.

Members of the Global Ocean Alliance and/or the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People

June 8 is #GiornataDegliOceani . We celebrate it together with@seay_officialwith the #itwontbelikethisforever campaign , a social marathon involving athletes, radio speakers, DJs, entrepreneurs and many other prestigious guests active in the protection of #oceans and marine ecosystems.

 

Image Credit: https://www.instagram.com/p/CP2hJR9ie4U/

On World Ocean Day, June 8, a collaboration of scientific institutions and ocean groups from around the world, will launch scientific monitoring devices into the ocean.  Seven devices, one for each G7 nation, will be launched into ocean currents around the G7 Summit’s Cornish venue ahead of the Summit starting later this week (11th June).

 

The launch is designed to increase understanding about how plastic pollution behaves in the ocean. Designed to mimic a single use plastic drinks bottle, the devices will respond to currents and winds as real bottles do. They could potentially travel hundreds of miles over the course of the project, passing over deep ocean trenches, across major migratory routes for marine mammals and birds and out into the High Seas. Each device will gather vital data to help scientists understand how plastic moves across the ocean and the potential risk it poses to marine wildlife along the way. The data will also be fed into ocean observing systems and used to ground truth ocean current observations and models.

Riflessioni sulle bellezze costiere della Campania in periodo di Lock down. Coordinato da ricercatori CNR-ISMAR con gli studenti della classe 3C del Liceo Scientifico dell’Istituto Scolastico Galileo Galilei di Napoli.

Monday 07 June 2021

Progetto Multimediale: ‚ÄúLa conservazione del Paesaggio Marino Costiero‚ÄĚ

Il progetto multimediale, coordinato dai ricercatori del¬†CNR-ISMAR¬†(Istituto di Scienze Marine) sede di Napoli,¬†Francesco Paolo Buonocunto, Luciana Ferraro e Laura Giordano,¬†√® parte di un percorso di PCTO (Percorsi per le Competenze Trasversali e per l‚ÄôOrientamento), che l‚ÄôIstituto di Ricerca di Napoli ha condotto con l‚ÄôIstituto Scolastico Galileo Galilei di Napoli. Gi√† negli anni scorsi, si √® posta l‚Äôattenzione sulle tematiche legate alla salvaguardia e tutela della risorsa¬†Mare, ed in tal senso sull‚Äôimportanza di una lettura critica del¬†paesaggio¬†marino costiero. Il¬†Paesaggio¬†nella definizione della Convenzione Europea designa una determinata parte di territorio, cos√¨ come √® percepita dalle popolazioni, il cui carattere deriva dall’azione di fattori naturali e/o umani e dalle loro interrelazioni.

Quest’anno, in periodo di Lock down, ed in  seguito a quanto svolto in termini di nozioni e concetti di geologia  e geomorfologia, gli studenti della classe 3C del Liceo Scientifico dell’Istituto Scolastico Galileo Galilei di Napoli, sono stati invitati a ritrarre i litorali del territorio campano, ed in particolare della città di Napoli, che hanno ispirato la realizzazione di una mini-clip allo scopo di lanciare un messaggio corale a tutela del patrimonio paesaggistico costiero in occasione del World Ocean Day 2021.

Le immagini ritratte in assenza di presenza umana esaltano la bellezza della componente naturale rispetto a quella antropica, e sembrano ridare forza al protagonista principale che è il mare all’interno di un paesaggio costiero che va quindi conservato e preservato in termini di patrimonio ambientale.

Website: http://www.ismar.cnr.it https://www.liceogalileinapoli.edu.it

http://www.worldoceanday.org

Referente: francescopaolo.buonocunto@cnr.it

Event Image Credit: http://www.ismar.cnr.it/eventi-e-notizie/notizie/progetto-multimediale-201cla-conservazione-del-paesaggio-marino-costiero201d

Within the framework of the Blue life fest, a week-long event with meetings, experiences and activities focused on our oceans, the following activities will be carried out on 8 June: recovery of some boat sunk in the port of Rimini by associations Fondazione Cetacea Onlus, Marinando, Sub Rimini Gian Neri Group of Civil Protection, Ariminum sub. With the participation of the diving team of the Rimini Finance Police.
Recovery of a ghost net off the Rimini coast by PADI-DAN divers within the Interreg Med MPA Engage project. In the evening (18 pm) at the Club Nautico Rimini the activities carried out during the day will be presented:

‚ÄĘ Introduce Sauro Pari, Fondazione Cetacea’s president and Blue life fest coordinator;
‚ÄĘ “The Sea Sentinels project: citizen science to investigate climate change” – Stefano Goffredo, University of Bologna;
‚ÄĘ “Narration of the day’s activities, with photo and video projection and presentation of the MPA-Engage project”, Fabio Figurella (PADI / DAN).

Blue life fest is the inaugural festival of Sailing for blue life, an eco-sustainable tourism and citizen science project.

In occasione della Giornata Mondiale degli Oceani, ci sarà lo STEP In Touch 07 | We STEP for the Ocean, un evento dedicato alla sostenibilità negli Oceani.

Quando?
Martedì 8 Giugno dalle 17 alle 18

Quando la CO2 viene rilasciata nell’atmosfera dall‚Äôutilizzo di combustibili fossili, circa il 50% rimane nell’atmosfera, mentre il 25% viene assorbito dalle piante e l’altro 25% viene assorbito in alcune aree dell’oceano. In altre zone dell’oceano, dove la concentrazione di CO2 √® pi√Ļ alta nell’acqua che nell’atmosfera sovrastante, la CO2 viene rilasciata nell’atmosfera.

Pi√Ļ CO2 viene rilasciata nell‚Äôatmosfera, pi√Ļ acido diventa l’oceano. La crescente acidit√† degli oceani ha distrutto milioni di organismi marini ed ha innalzato le temperature degli stessi con conseguenti catastrofi ambientali.

In questo evento parleremo di come aziende, startup ed individui stiano sviluppando nuove tecnologie innovative per salvaguardare gli oceani.

Soluzioni tecnologiche adeguate e comportamenti corretti sono le strade che ci porteranno a salvare i mari e noi stessi.

In the framework of the “Dolphin watching and Conservation in the Gulf of Catania” project (Ionian Sea, South Italy), the NGO MareCamp organizes one dissemination day on marine mammal conservation.
Through its social networks and press release, it will be shared informative material about vulnerable species of cetacean and the code of good conduct to follow during their sightings in nature, asking the public to commit to respecting it during their sailing.

“MareArte” is an initiative conceived by the artist Diego Racconi, consisting of a series of pictorial works specifically created and donated by artists located in different parts of the world for this project dedicated to the sea.¬†The works traveling through the postal system, spread their message during their journey, to raise awareness of the respect and protection of the underwater world. All the works are presented through a traveling collective exhibition, proposed to foundations, institutions, shops, hotels, nautical clubs, marinas and museums that promote the dissemination of the initiative in their own territory. All the works will be published in a digital catalog, a freely browsable ‘artistic notebook’ available to the public of readers.¬†The initiative is also linked to a charity activity through a fundraising carried out with the sale of the works of the project, for a contribution in favor of environmental associations that deal with the protection and conservation of marine habitats. In this context, art becomes a concrete and active tool for a support action in favor of the environment:

“The Sea in art, Art for the Sea”.

 

The multimedia project, coordinated by the researchers of the CNR-ISMAR (Institute of Marine Sciences) based in Naples, Francesco Paolo Buonocunto, Luciana Ferraro and Laura Giordano, is part of a PCTO path (Paths for Transversal Skills and Orientation) which the Research Institute of Naples conducted with the Galileo Galilei School of Naples. In recent years, special attention has been dedicated to the safeguarding and protection of sea through a critical analysis of the coastal marine landscape. The European Convention defines ‚ÄúLandscape‚ÄĚ as a designated a part of the territory, as perceived by the populations, the character of which is a result of natural and / or human factors and their interrelations.

This year, during the period of Lock down, and in view of the notions acquired in the subjects of geology and geomorphology, the students of class 3C of the Liceo Scientifico Galileo Galilei School of Naples, were invited to portray the coasts of the Campania region, and in particular of the city of Naples, which inspired the creation of a mini-clip for World Ocean Day 2021, in order to launch a choral appeal to protect coastal landscape heritage.

The images portrayed show almost no human presence enhancing the beauty of the natural component compared to the anthropic one, and seem to reinforce the main protagonist which is the sea within a coastal landscape that embodies an environmental heritage that should therefore be preserved and conserved at all costs.