Human Technopole joins M’illumino di meno, the initiative of Rai Radio 2 and Caterpillar, and on the evening of Friday 6th March symbolically switches off the lights of Palazzo Italia and the Tree of Life, the iconic installation of Expo Milano 2015.
But MIND’s contribution to raising awareness of the issues of sustainability and ecology does not stop there. To the over 13,000 trees and 67,000 shrubs planted for EXPO 2015, over the next few years about 3,500 new trees will be added to the area, transforming the Decumano into one of the longest linear parks in Europe. A large green lung around which will be built the new Galeazzi Orthopaedic Institute, the campus of the scientific faculties of the State University of Milan and Human Technopole.
It will be a real new city district dedicated to the diffusion of science, research and innovation with a focus on light mobility, new technologies and improvement of the quality of life in order to offer the new generations an increasingly green and sustainable future.