Brescia, 24 May 2023 – A live streaming, on Thursday 8 June from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., to try to understand what the future of mobility will be together with the leading figures in politics, economics and research.

Returning for the fifth consecutive year is 1000 Miglia Green Talk, the initiative organised by 1000 Miglia to talk about the European sustainable mobility supply chain and the technological, social and economic challenges that lie ahead after the European Parliament’s green light to the EU strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.

Interviewed by Massimiliano Del Barba, journalist for Corriere della Sera, politicians, entrepreneurs and scholars will take turns on stage to share their vision of the future. There will be five subject panels: politics and industry will confront each other to try to jointly support the model of technological neutrality in the achievement of the European decarbonisation objectives, the challenge of industrial reconversion of the automotive sector, the need for new skills to respond to the demands of change, and then, again, the new mobility needs that have emerged after the health emergency and the alternative technologies to electric vehicles that are appearing on the market, from hydrogen to synthetic fuels.

As mentioned, there will be many guests attending the event: The President of Confindustria Brescia, Franco Gussalli Beretta, the President of the Automobile Club Brescia, Aldo Bonomi, the President of 1000 Miglia Srl, Beatrice Saottini, the National President of the Automobile Club, Angelo Sticchi Damiani, MEPs Patrizia Toia (PD), Oscar Lancini (Lega) and Maria Angela Danzì (M5S), entrepreneurs Andrea Dell’Orto (Dell’Orto), Paride Saleri (Omb Saleri), Benjamin Cuyt (P1 Fuels) and Roberto Vavassori (Brembo), industry professionals such as Federico Brivio (Bosch), Stefano Guerra (Streparava), Luca Marasco (Eptalex) and Saverio Gaboardi (Cluster Lombardo Mobilità), and educational experts Davide Zucchetti (Randstad), Giuseppe Colosio (Its Rmb) and Sergio Savaresi (Politecnico di Milano).