Activities and Partnerships
One of the main objectives of the Alliance is to raise awareness of the 2030 Agenda among public and private actors, public opinion and citizens, and to favour a widespread knowledge of current trends related to the SDGs and of those expected in the future through the use of all communication methods.
For these purposes, the website www.asvis.it, the sites dedicated to each Goal and the Alliance’s newsletters are important instruments to provide updates on news, events, policies and research concerning sustainable development. ASviS also provides updates and news on sustainable development through its web video channel. It is also active on Facebook and Twitter, other than LinkedIn, Instagram and Youtube.
The FUTURAnetwork website was created by ASviS in 2020 to respond to the need to represent the multitude of possible futures and to valorize the existing expertise in our country in a non-episodic way. Futura network is a frequently updated site that presents studies, articles, interviews, reports focused on the necessity to explore possible scenarios and decide today which future we want to choose among the many possible ones. The initiative is also open to contributions from companies and associations that could benefit from visibility and a space to present their studies, express opinions, participate in debates.
In collaboration with Ansa, the leading Italian news agency, ASviS launched Ansa2030, an information website dedicated to sustainable development with the aim of raising readers’ awareness on the SDGs and on the interconnection between economic, social, environmental and political phenomena so as to place current affairs and future perspectives in the framework of the 2030 Agenda. Visit Ansa2030.
“Alta sostenibilità” (literally “high sustainability”) is a radio format developed and produced by ASviS that goes live every Monday from 12:30 to 1pm on the Italian radio channel Radio Radicale to share reflections and in-depth analyses of sustainability issues. Half-hour talks and debates conducted by the journalists Valeria Manieri, Ruggero Po and Elis Viettone and the organizational support of Francesca Spinozzi, during which three guests (experts and representatives of the world of research, politicians, policy-makers, businesses and even ASviS working group representatives) highlight the complexity and interdependence of the SDGs, sharing their views and analyzing current and future sustainable development challenges at the national and international level.