We take for granted the existence of climate changes, leaving aside the debates on how much these depend on mankind and anthropogenic factors or on natural cycles.
The question is then: how does a city adapt to them? Moreover, what tools does a municipality have to avoid economic, human and environmental damages? And also, more specifically, what can an integrated water service operator do?
In Milan, last March, Lombardy Foundation for the EnvironmentAmbienteItalia, il Città Metropolitana di MilanoCAP HoldingLegambiente Lombardia talked about it in the framework of LIFE METRO ADAPT project and the hospitality of Fa’ la cosa giusta! fair.
To discover the highlights that emerged from the debate, read the whole article in Metro Adapt’s website, or visit its FACEBOOK e TWITTER pages.

We take for granted the existence of climate changes, leaving aside the debates on how much these depend on mankind and anthropogenic factors or on natural cycles.
The question is then: how does a city adapt to them? Moreover, what tools does a municipality have to avoid economic, human and environmental damages? And also, more specifically, what can an integrated water service operator do?
In Milan, last March, Lombardy Foundation for the EnvironmentAmbienteItalia, il Città Metropolitana di MilanoCAP HoldingLegambiente Lombardia talked about it in the framework of LIFE METRO ADAPT project and the hospitality of Fa’ la cosa giusta! fair.
To discover the highlights that emerged from the debate, read the whole article in Metro Adapt’s website, or visit its FACEBOOK e TWITTER pages.