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On 19 October, from 3.00pm to 5.30pm, at the D!alma – cantiere creativo urbano in La Spezia, the public meeting entitled For an ecosystem of live entertainment will take place, a moment of discussion, analysis and reflections on sector policies .
Consistent with the spirit of C.Re.S.Co., we want to give life to an open and plural debate, generative of proposals shared by all promoters in dialogue with institutions, experts, operators, in the firm belief that the health of the sector needs – today more than ever – good policies and new practices, but above all sustainable and inclusive policies and practices.
The meeting covers four topics: public funding policies and the innovations introduced by the National Fund for Live Entertainment; the function and responsibility of regional policies towards the multiplicity of subjects not supported by the State; the actions necessary for a true gender rebalancing and for an increasingly inclusive and accessible system; the challenges to overcome for a real green transition, with a view to making our sector increasingly attentive to the values of environmental sustainability.
Four ways to analyze from different points of view the actions already implemented and above all those that we will have to implement to improve – all together – the conditions in which companies and live entertainment workers operate, thus giving life to an increasingly healthy and virtuous ecosystem.

Patrizia Braga’s speech will be on: The challenges to overcome for a real green transition.

The know-how and expertise of the cultural enterprise Melting Pro on global challenges such as environmental sustainability and on the role of the cultural sector as a promoter of ecological and social reconversion processes.
Some possible trajectories for the activation of the cultural sector, in particular that of the performing arts, and good practices will be presented.

The 5 directions on which the speech will focus are the following:

  1. making processes and management more efficient, through the use of clean energy and attention to supply chains
  2. work internally to promote a sustainable organisational culture
  3. act as environmental communication platforms capable of informing and raising awareness
  4. include ecological themes and practices in artistic production and programming
  5. build strategic alliances with other sectors, public and private, in order to increase the importance of the supply chain and create new job opportunities and innovative services

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