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Science and technology at the center of the 12th appointment of #BG4SDGs
Massimiano Bucchi is the protagonist of the 12th appointment of #BG4SDGs, the series of meetings organized by Banca Generali and dedicated to the story of sustainability through the words of experts in culture, science and civil society. In this episode, the professor of Science, Technology and Society at the University of Trento and contributor for the well-known TV show Superquark, told us how science and technology are necessary tools for achieving the goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.
In fact, Bucchi recounts, "All the data tell us that science is a fundamental reference point for Italians, and the levels of trust recorded by European indicators are high. This is demonstrated by 40-year-old television programs such as Superquark, with which I collaborate, which gather the interest of thousands of viewers turned to the world of technology. Science is a resource that institutions use not only as a useful tool in the search for innovative and sustainable solutions, but also in terms of communication with the aim of disseminating truthful and transparent information during particularly complex periods such as the one we are experiencing characterized by the pandemic."
Watch the full interview with Massimiano Bucchi.