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The Italian branch of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Filippo Caracciolo di ACI Foundation join forces to promote sustainable mobility


The Filippo Caracciolo Foundation di ACI and the Italian branch of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation have signed a memorandum of understanding for a synergistic collaboration in the field of mobility and transport, aimed at protecting the environment and promoting sustainable development.

The two foundations base their activities on the universal ethical principle of protecting the planet and are committed to making a concrete contribution to researching and implementing solutions that will make mobility increasingly sustainable, to the benefit of the environment, the climate, nature and mankind.

"Any national and international strategy aimed at environmental sustainability cannot ignore the scientific study of the global framework", says Angelo Sticchi Damiani, President of the Automobile Club of Italy, "as well as the impact of the actions undertaken and the benefits of the projects to be implemented. The agreement signed today breaks down all boundaries in the ongoing search for workable solutions for increasingly safe mobility, for people and for the environment".
"At a crucial moment in the transition to more planet-friendly mobility, this memorandum of understanding marks an important step forward," said Marco Colasanti, president of the Italian branch of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. "We are working together to promote and implement concrete solutions that can move us towards a more sustainable future".
"Supporting planetary health and the well-being of the community, including through the sustainability of the transport and mobility system, is the common thread running through the collaboration between our entities" - underlines Giuseppina Fusco, President of the Filippo Caracciolo Foundation. "A collaboration that aims to pool experience and skills in order to carry out studies and research, formulate proposals, develop projects and initiatives, including training and awareness-raising, with the ultimate goal of achieving safe, eco-sustainable and efficient mobility, both economically and socially".

Princess Olimpia Colonna and Dr Pierluigi Testa, Heralds of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Roma ETS Foundation, were also present at the signing ceremony.