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Coming soon in Potenza

Author: CIVITAS Support
Posted on: Saturday, February 3, 2007 - 15:26
Potenza , SMILE

Potenza’s official website for SMILE is now online! The link on Potenza’s website ( enables all citizens to receive more information about CIVITAS, SMILE, partners, measures and events. Simple pages and clear contents enable every citizen to enter into SMILE’s world and have access to up-to-date information as well as having the opportunity to give their comments and feedback on the initiative.

Further dissemination of SMILE is carried out through presentations of Potenza’s experience at many events on the theme of sustainable mobility. Our site manager, Alessandra Improta gave a report on the implementation of SMILE measures to the Italian partnership last November in Naples. Images of what’s going on in Potenza have been shown during a meeting on the topic “The firms to travel without polluting”, at the annual event of FuturoRemoto, dedicated this year to the world of travelling in the name of sustainability. A pocket brochure will be distributed in Potenza for people who do not use the internet as a way of sharing information and objectives. This will help make them more familiar with European efforts to build healthy cities and give them a precious instrument to learn more about mobility and sustainability.

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