CSS-Ebla takes part in the meeting promoted by the Law Department and Political, Economical and Social Science of the University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro at Palazzo Borsalino in Alessadria, to discuss economical and social promotion of the vineyard lanscape of Piedmont UNESCO site in the year of the EXPO2015
Langhe-Roero e Monferrato hills have been recognized in 2014 as Wolrd Heritage by UNESCO. Massimo Carcione, spokeman of Alessandria Monferrato’s office of the Association for Langhe-Roero e Monferrato Vineyard Lanscape Heritage, makes a point: he starts from the description of the candidacy and the comparison with other UNESCO sites and he points out its strenghts and weaknesses but also risks and opportunities for the future.
The speech is introduced by the manager of DiGSPES – Salvatore Rizzello, by Roberto Cerrato – manager of the Association for Langhe-Roero e Monferrato Vineyard Lanscape Heritage, and by Enrico Ercole – professor of local Marketing at DIGSPES.
Few other speeches are made during this meeting by:
– Aldo Buzio (Research Centre Santagata-EBLA, Turin)
– Emanuele Demaria (Major of Conzano and council member of Alessandria’s Area for the UNESCO’s site)
– Roberto Maestri (Cultural Club “I Marchesi del Monferrato)
– Danilo Poggio (Journalist of “Avvenire”).

The debate is attended by several important people in the cultural, commercial, tourism and food’s world of Alessadri, such as:
– Paola Borrione (Research Centre Santagata-EBLA, Turin)
– Rita Brugnone (Manager of ATL Alexala)
– Daria Carmi (Tourism Assessor of Casale and Monferrato Municipality)
– Claudio Castelli (President of Ecomuseum Pietra da Cantoni)
– Roberto Livraghi (Chamber of Commerce of Alessandria)
– Andrea Monti (Assessor of Moncalvo Municipality)
– Gianluca Morino (Farm Garitina, Castel Boglione, Piedmont – Italy)
– Alessio Re (Research Centre Santagata-EBLA, Turin)