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EXPO IN ROME

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People and Territories:

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Urban RegenerationInclusion and Innovation

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THE REASONS FOR ROME'S EXPO 2030 CANDIDACY

As the only capital city in the European Union to be nominated for Expo 2030, Rome, throughout its almost three thousand years of development, has been capable of reinventing itself, to the point of earning itself the nickname of "the eternal city".

Its roots, which lie in the continuous drive for innovation, art and integration between faiths and cultures, today become the new starting point towards a future of hospitality and liveability.

Increased Value for Central-Southern Italy

A date long in the making

Synergy with the 2025 Jubilee

Expo 2030 can relaunch the leading role of the territories and communities of Central and Southern Italy, attracting both new capital and national and international investments.

 

The two most recent Italian editions of the event were held in the north of the peninsula: Genoa in 1992 and Milan in 2015.

Rome has a unique opportunity to combine Expo 2030 with another world-class event: the 2025 Jubilee, which it is already preparing to host.

 

This is an important occasion for synergies in the realization of projects and functional infrastructures, ready to welcome millions of guests, thereby optimizing both costs and resources.

The capital of Italy has yet to host a World Expo. It was set to do so in 1942 and the EUR district was purpose built for the occasion.

 

However, with the outbreak of the Second World War, the
event was cancelled.

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PEOPLE AND TERRITORIES: URBAN REGENERATION, INCLUSION AND INNOVATION

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The advent of the pandemic has led us to reassess the traditional idea of the city in favour of new spaces for creativity and sociality. The new conception of the metropolis can be imagined as an archipelago of local and global networks where productive and environmental systems, cultural identities and tools for cooperation and inclusion are all interwoven.

 

An open debate which sees global institutions called upon to participate. In Rome, all participating countries will be able to make their own contribution in identifying the urban coexistence model of the future.

PROPOSING A JOURNEY THROUGH THE POTENTIAL BUILDING BLOCK OF THE 21st CENTURY CITY BY:

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  • Reinventing the models of human settlement
  • Redesigning its transport systems​
  • Renewing the relationships between the environment and the countryside​
  • Reinforcing its networks​ of cultural production

Expo 2030 is the ideal opportunity to transform Rome within the collective imagination. Transforming it from the cradle of civilization, which has spread the model of the city par excellence throughout the world, into an intelligent city, capable of combining the inestimable wealth of the past with an energetic drive towards the future and the challenges it holds.

BEING A WORTHY PAST FOR OUR FUTURE

In order to rethink the cities of the future, we must begin with the conceptual foundations of how a city should be. And we have to start doing so today.

Evolution & Regeneration

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The ability to innovate and transform, rise up once again and look to the future, beginning with one's past.

 

Why Rome, why Italy?

Rome, the eternal city, Italy, a nation with a rich tradition: where the past has always forged the future.

Diversity & Inclusion

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Interculturality and diversity are increasingly synonymous with the creativity, enrichment and sharing necessary for growth.

 

Why Rome, why Italy?

Rome and Italy are a melting pot of different cultures: a unique mix engendered from the sum of its parts.

Sustainability

& Circularity

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Reflecting on the impact of our actions is no longer an option: the future is made up of sustainable choices, and a responsible use of resources.

 

Why Rome, why Italy?

The natural and cultural heritage of Rome and Italy is the symbol of a value that cannot be squandered.

Digital First &

Zero Emission Digital

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Digitalisation is already our present. However, a new approach is needed in order to make our future truly bright, agile and eco-sustainable.

 

Why Rome, why Italy?

Italy and Rome have historically been the cradle of culture and scientific research: always leading the way.

Decentralisation & Connection

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The principle of Web 3.0 as a reflection of a reality where there is no longer one, single control centre, but a network of independent nodes interconnected to each other.

 

Why Rome, why Italy?

History’s first global centre becomes the venue for an event connecting all the centres of the world.

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