Reforestation in Italy

In addition to supporting international projects in India, Brazil, Nicaragua and Uganda, Fastweb is also committed to improving the Italian territory: this is why it has decided to collaborate with AzzeroCO2 and Legambiente on the national Mosaico Verde campaign, an important project to reforest and protect a number of Italian cities.

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Fastweb has decided to plant 9,000 trees over three years, starting in Milan (Porto di Mare-Rogoredo area), Rome (Parco della Cellulosa) and Bari (Parco Urbano ASI). Thanks to this project, Fastweb will contribute to the forestation of our country not only with the aim of reducing CO2 emissions, but also contributing to the requalification of urban areas as well improving biodiversity and quality of life.

Area Porto di Mare – Rogoredo
Area Porto di Mare - Rogoredo

The Porto di Mare area, located in the south of Milan in an urbanised area between the city boundary and the Corvetto district, has a history of being used as a landfill for solid urban waste from 1973 to 1981. The area lies almost entirely within the perimeter of the Parco Agricolo Sud Milano and preserves important landscape elements and wildlife features of high naturalistic value that are recognised and protected at regional and national level. Since October 2017, the Municipality of Milan and the association Italia Nostra, with its Urban Forestation Centre, have been engaged in redevelopment work, which aims to recover the degraded area and make it usable for residents by planting new trees, consolidating the cycle and pedestrian paths, restoring the pond and grassland areas and cleaning up at least 50% of the area of the waste accumulated over the years.

Fastweb has therefore chosen to contribute to the redevelopment of this park by planting 1,000 trees, on a section of this area, which as they grow will improve the landscape and create shady areas to make the park more usable in summer.

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