Venue: Pisa, Italy

Fashion and Biodiversity. A Sustainable Future?


Open Seminar – 25 March 2024, 14:00 – 16:30

Room M2, Polo Piagge – Via Giacomo Matteotti 3, Pisa (Italy)

Fashion production has a negative impact on ecosystems around the world, affecting every stage of the supply chain. This includes deforestation, soil biodiversity loss, and water pollution, making it one of the most significant contributors to environmental degradation. In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of this issue among institutions, companies and consumers, particularly the younger generation. Although we are still at the beginning of our journey to conserve biodiversity.

The seminar is open to all and provides an opportunity to discuss sustainable fashion with entrepreneurs, experts, and representatives of social and environmental associations who have been promoting sustainability in the fashion industry for years.

Language: Italian



Fashion and Biodiversity


Institutional greetings:

Prof. Elisa Giuliani (Vice Chancellor for Sustainability and Agenda 2030)


Matteo Villa (Department of Political Science – Planet4B)


Dario Casalini (Ceo Oscalito –Slow Fiber Founder)
Valentina Ceriani (Antiba, Italian Luxury Tannery)
Lorenza Emili (CNR – Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security)
Silvia Gambi (Journalist, Solo Moda Sostenibile)
Giovanni Graziani (Sustainability Consultant)
Deborah Lucchetti (FAIRcoop- Clean Clothes Campaign, Italy)
Giuseppe Ungherese (Greenpeace Italy)

For information on the seminar and to register, please contact:

Marta Bonetti

Matteo Villa:


Linked case study: From egosystem to ecosystem