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Gianluigi Angelantoni visits President Mattarella

On February 25, 2020, on the occasion of the Association’s 20 years of activity, the Board of Directors of the Kyoto Club was received at the Quirinal Palace by the President of the Republic.

On Tuesday 25 February 2020, on the occasion of the twenty years of activity of the Association, the Kyoto Club Board of Directors was received at the Quirinale in audience by the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella.

The delegation received at the Colle included the Scientific Director of the Kyoto Club, Gianni Silvestrini, the two Vice-Presidents Gianluigi Angelantoni and Francesco Ferrante, the Executive Director Sergio Andreis and the Coordinator of the Association's Working Group on Renewable Energies, Mario Gamberale.

Vice-President Gianluigi Angelantoni expressed gratitude to the Head of State for his constant attention to issues relating to the protection of the environment and climate justice. He thanked him specifically for signing, on the occasion of the United Nations Climate Action Summit held in New York on 23 September 2019, the joint declaration with 31 other heads of state and government in which climate change was defined as "the key challenge of our time".

Kyoto Club is a non-profit organisation founded in February 1999. Its members are business companies, associations and local municipalities and governments engaged in reaching the greenhouse gas reduction targets set by the Kyoto Protocol, by the EU ones for 2030 and by the December 2015 Paris Agreement.

PVD Coatings: how and why

PVD, the acronym for Physical Vapor Deposition, indicates a series of techniques for the deposition of thin film coatings.

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