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Recovery Fund and Territories: no to big infrastructures, yes to sustainable mobility
The 750 billion COVID-19 recovery funds are being touted as the moment of truth to accelerate the green transition in Europe -- but, is it really? Powerful big polluting industries are already making every effort to grab most of the money with their greenwashing propaganda.
Right now, the European Commission is carefully reviewing the proposals from each EU government for spending their recovery funds. In just a few weeks, they’ll either get the green light, or get rejected.
We must take this opportunity to demand these funds are used to transition towards a real green economy, and for this transition to benefit not just big corporations, but mostly the real economy, as well as small and medium enterprises and cooperatives.
From Pisa, we want to open a discussion with other Italian cities to learn about what is happening and what we can do about it in terms of campaigning and organization at the local level.
Gabriele Mariani (candidato sindaco, Milano in Comune)
Ciccio Auletta (consigliere comunale, Una città in comune Pisa)
Alessandro Porchetta (consigliere comunale, Diritti in Comune Ciampino)
Antonio Mazzeo (militante ecopacifista No ponte sullo stretto di Messina)
Moderator: Tiziana Nadalutti, Una città in comune, Pisa
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