World Environment Day, “a great challenge” for citizens, entrepreneurs and politics. An anniversary that reminds everyone of their responsibilities towards the planet we live in that requires a team game “where we win together”, so everyone must do their part: “citizens in their homes, businesses changing production processes, politics by facilitating the transition and watching over change “. So to AdnKronos Gabriella Chiellino, president and founder of the eAmbiente group (and, among other things, the first in Italy to graduate in Environmental Sciences in 1994 at the Cà Foscari University of Venice). A challenge that involves citizens, called to do their part already at home “from waste energy consumption to water saving to purchases”, says Chiellino who has a dream about the commitment of the individual: “that every citizen would take care of at least 1 square meter of land, which is not one’s own land but that of the neighbor or the common one, because on ours it is too easy “. A challenge that involves entrepreneurs. For them, the wish is that “they will really change the paradigm of their production processes. And that they begin to report in order to understand where to intervene to reduce their environmental impact because many do not know. And then you have to be visionaries: we Italians are the more visionary and curious, now we must bring down the ideas that circulate in our country “. All this, however,” must be governed by politics and by the institutions that absolutely must facilitate and control these processes of change. The public administration must be ready to change – continues Chiellino – for example, in the Pnrr, in the ecological transition chapter, CO2 reductions are calculated but this can be done if the public part is updated. This is why in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan there is much talk of training of public executives and public administrations “. And then,” every now and then we have to look up and aim for a more comprehensive strategy, which is now embra is there and must be lowered to the ground “, he concludes.