1 Cluster on Environmental Footprint and Sustainable Development - CLASS Project CLASS - Cluster on Environmental Footprint and Sustainable Development WORK GROUP: dr. Emanuele Bonamente 1, eng. Maria Cleofe Merico 2, eng. Sara Rinaldi 3, Prof. eng. Franco Cotana Presenter:Prof. eng. Franco Cotana CIRIAF Interuniversity Research Center on Pollution and Environment "M. Felli "
2 CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development CIRIAF Interuniversity Research Centre on Pollution and Environment "M. Felli " Università degli studi di Pavia. BUILDINGS TERMOENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING: Prof. Anna Magrini IUAV. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Prof. Piercarlo Romagnoni, Prof. Fabio Peron Politecnico di Torino. LIGHTING, ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Prof. Marco Filippi. Università degli Studi di Bologna. ENERGY EFFICIENCY, BIOARCHITECTURE: Prof. Lamberto Tronchin Università degli Studi di Genova: ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING, SUSTAINABILITY. Prof. Corrado Schenone Università degli Studi di Pisa, Toscana. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS: Prof. Fabio Fantozzi, Prof. Francesco Fidecaro Università degli Studi di Firenze. ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: Dott. Fabio Sciurpi e Dott. Cristina Carletti Università degli Studi di Siena. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY, RENEWABLE ENERGY: Prof. Angelo Riccaboni Università Roma Tre. SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY, ENERGY SAVINGS: Prof. Giorgio Guattari, Prof. Alessandro Toscano, Prof. Edoardo Marcucci PAVIA TORINO GENOVA Università Telematica G.MARCONI Prof. Umberto Di Matteo Università Roma La Sapienza. ENVIRONMENTAL URBAN SUSTAINABILITY: Prof. Andrea De Lieto Vollaro VENEZIA BOLOGNA PISA ANCONA FIRENZE SIENA PERUGIA Università Degli Studi di Cassino. SUSTAINABILITY, RENEWABLE ENERGY: Prof. Giorgio Buonanno ROMA LA SAPIENZA ROMA TRE CASSINO BARI 1. Technical Physics division. PLANTS, RENEWABLE ENERGY, SUSTAINABILITY: Prof. Franco Cotana Prof. Francesco Asdrubali 2. CRB division. LCA, CARBON FOOTPRINT, WATER FOOTPRINT : Prof. Cinzia Buratti 3. Machines division. RENEWABLE ENERGY, SUSTAINABILITY : Prof. Desideri (Prof. Gianni Bidini e Prof. Francesco Fantozzi) 4. Veterinary medicine division. ASSESSMENTS OF ECOSYSTEM IMPACT, LCA : Prof. Massimo Trabalza (Prof. Oliviero Olivieri, Prof. David Ranucci) 5. Pharmacology division. BIOLOGICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS: Prof. Carlo Riccardi 6. Environmental law division. SUSTAINABILITY, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: Prof. Fabrizio Figorilli LECCE Politecnico di Bari. ENERGY SAVING, ENVIRONMENTAL WELLNESS: Prof. Francesco Ruggero Università degli Studi Kore. BUILDING SUSTAINABLE, RENEWABLE ENERGY: Prof. Dario Ticali PALERMO ENNA REGGIO CALABRIA Università del Salento. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING. RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS : Prof. Domenica Laforgia Università degli Studi Mediterranea. BUILDING SUSTAINABLE, RENEWABLE ENERGY: Prof. Matilde Pietrafesa
4 CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development CIRIAF & knowledge in territorial management KNOWLEDGE FROM THE OUTPUTS OF PROJECTS KNOWLEDGE FROM THE COLLABORATIONS WITH PEOPLE KNOWLEDGE IN ECONOMY KNOWLEDGE IN PROCESSES - THE PROPRIETARY KNOW-HOW OF TERRITORIAL COOPERATION (E.G. PROGRAM AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES) KNOWLEDGE IN THE CONNECTIONS OR THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE ACTORS KNOWLEDGE FROM THE INTELLECTUAL ASSETS AND TOOLS DEVELOPED (SUCH AS MODELS, SYSTEMS, DOCUMENTS, TOOLS DEVELOPED WITHIN PROJECTS) VIVA SOFTWARE & MOBILE APPLICATION
5 CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development CIRIAF & knowledge in territorial management CARBON FOOTPRINT OF A WINE BOTTLE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF AN OLIVE OIL BOTTLE
6 CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development CIRIAF & knowledge in territorial management PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
7 CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development CIRIAF & knowledge in territorial management SUSTAINABILITY OF INDUSTRIAL PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFORMATIC TOOL FOR THE EVALUATION OF CARBON AND ENERGY FOOTPRINT SENSIBLE PARAMETERS OF THE CARBON AND ENERGY FOOTPRINT CALCULATOR AREA HEIGHT PREFABBRICATED ROOF INSULATION INSULATION PANEL PILE FOUNDATION DISTANCE BETWEEN PRODUCTION CENTRE AND CONSTRUCTION SITE ENERGY CLASS LIFE
8 Social sustainability Economic sustainability ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY CLASS_Cluster on Environment Footprint and Sustainable Development STRUCTURE AND ACTION AREAS CIRIAF Università di Pavia Università degli Studi Kore Università degli Studi Mediterranea Università degli Studi di Perugia IUAV Università degli Studi di Cassino Università degli Studi di Genova Università di Bologna Università Roma La Sapienza Politecnico di Torino Technical Physics division Veterinary medicine division. Politecnico di Bari Università Roma 3 Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi CRB division Pharmacology division Università del Salento Università degli Studi di Siena Machines division Environmental law division Università degli Studi di Pisa Università degli Studi di Firenze ADVISORY SERVICES Environmental Footprinting Carbon Water Support for the certification process International Standard Voluntary agreement Environmental strategic advisory Support for public and private entities GREEN ECONOMY LCC- life cycle costing Certificati bianchi Carbon trade Emission trading Voluntary market Social-LCA Social Footprinting ITS Information Technology Services DATABASE for the results of environmental footprint evaluations of product INTERFACE for database access Emission factor visualization Emission localization Emission trands PIATTAFORMA INFORMATICA Emission Monitoring Emissiion Trading Computer lab Improvement of ITS services Software development Diffusion and dissemination of the environmental sustainability RESEARCH & INNOVATION Evaluation of innovative mitigation methodologies Definition of new indicators Air Water Land Territory Footprint Archeology Architecture Art Culture Landscape History Social Footprint Social Equity Condizioni di lavoro Health Safety GREEN ECONOMY COMMUNICATION Graphic design Logo Graphic line DIFFUSION Newsletter Web portal Social Networks Seminars Biannual journal PROMOTION INTERNATIONAL REPLICABILITY CLUSTER PROJECT SCIENTIFIC DISSEMINATION Scientific journal pubblication International Conference EDUCATION & TRAINING University/Academy High specialization courses Public administration: Courses for public officals and policy makers Private enterprise and professionals Courses for employees and managers of private companies Seminars and training on international standards, softwares and informatic tools Informatic and statistic tools Innovative technologies Renewable Energy Low-carbon technologies Geoengineering Water consumption reduction
9 CLASS_Cluster on Environmental Footprint and Sustainable Development 1. What is the Cluster? R. It is an inclusive and operational structure that involved all the actors in the field of environmental footprint, sustainable development and in general environmental sustainability, including economics and society. 2. What is the Cluster audience? R. Cluster activities are aimed to all public and private entities and all the activities of the agricultural, industrial and services that are committed to the improvement of the processes of production of goods and services in order to reduce the environmental impact. 3. What is the responsibility of Cluster? R. The Cluster verifies that the processes and the products are compatible with the resources of the territory, in respect of the social and economic sustainability, locally and globally, in accordance with the objectives established by the European Committee and the international community and adopted by individual state. 4. How does it work? R. Cluster develops a central database for the results of environmental footprint evaluations of products. The goal is to produce guidelines, provide support, and elaborate methodologies to make uniform and easy to interpret the process of environmental evaluations and certifications. 5. What does it calculate? R. Environmental footprint is the object of Cluster s evaluation. The environmental footprint is considered from several point of view such as carbon footprint, water footprint, economic footprint and social footprint. 6. Which are the tools? R. A central database, open access, for the results of environmental footprint evaluations. The goal is to create an accessible and above-standard instrument in support of global and diffuse knowledge of the level of sustainability in different sector of the human activity. 7. What is the strategy of action? R. The strategy is to find the elementary phases inside the process production in its whole. On the other hand, the Cluster studies innovative solutions and technologies in order to reduce environmental footprint and to improve social and economic sustainability. 8. Who are the actors? R. University, Research Centers, Spin-Off and also enterprises in order to implement the use of BAT (Best Available Technology), thanks to which it s possible to reduce environmental footprint. Also the Regional and local Administrations are involved in the Cluster together with the associated Ministries. 9. In what way does the Cluster broadcast its activity? R. Thanks to Enterprises, Innovation Poles, Associations and ONLUS involved in sustainability. 10. Which are the training activities? R. The training section includes: high specialization courses, courses for employees and managers of private companies, seminars and training on international standards, development of software and informatic tools.
10 AGREEMENT MINISTRIES/REGIONS CLASS_Cluster on Environmental Footprint and Sustainable Development GOVERNANCE STEERING BOARD: REPRESENTATIVES NETWORK CIRIAF REPRESENTATIVES ENTERPRISES INNOVATION COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES DISSEMINATION REPRESENTATIVES REGIONI PUBLIC RESEARCH COMMITTEE (UNIVERSITY, PUBLIC RESEARCH CENTERS) ENTERPRISES INNOVATION COMMITTEE (INDUSTRIAL SUBJECTS ) DISSEMINATION COMMITTEE (ASSOCIATIONS, INNOVATIVE POLES) TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (REGIONS, LOCAL ENTITIES) ACTION AREAS ADVISORY SERVICES ITS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES RESEARCH & INNOVATION COMMUNICATION EDUCATION & TRAINING
11 CLASS_Cluster on Environmental Footprint and Sustainable Development ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT PRIMARY PROJECT GOALS ITS Information Technology Services PROJECT GOAL 1 DATABASE Development of a central database for the results of environmental footprint evaluations of products (Carbon and Water Footprint) performed by projects run in collaboration with MATTM. The structure of the database and the relative services will be implemented to provide an easy tool for the storage and the consultation of environmental assessments, with the goal of creating an accessible and above-standard instrument in support of a global and diffuse knowledge of the level of sustainability in different sectors of the human activity. ADVISORY SERVICES PROJECT GOAL 2 CERTIFICATION SUPPORT Support for the certification process of Carbon and Water Footprints from third-party entities. The goal is to produce guidelines, provide support, and elaborate methodologies to make uniform and easy to interpret the process of environmental evaluations and certifications. RESEARCH & INNOVATION PROJECT GOAL 3 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODOLOGIES Research on innovative methodologies for the evaluation of the impact from human activities (e.g. Carbon Footprint, Water Footprint, Noise Footprint, health, history and culture, territory, etc.) and evaluation of innovative mitigation technologies. The aim of this PG is twofold: on one side an active research effort to start a standardization process among the numerous sources of impacts arising from human activities, on the other side to study and assess the potential benefit of innovative technology to improve the sustainability of processes. COMMUNICATION PROJECT GOAL 4 DISSEMINATION Dissemination of the results from environmental, social, and economic footprint analyses performed on the national territory EDUCATION & TRAINING PROJECT GOAL 5 TRAINING Education and training activities on the topics of carbon, water and social footprints ALL ACTION AREAS PROJECT GOAL 6 5-YEAR PLAN Definition of a 5-year plan for the activities of a Cluster on the Environment and the Sustainable Development
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