The ecological transition seen from the territories? “The technology issue is fundamental but it is not enough: dialogue is needed, it is important to involve more actors, to make it systematic. The current tools in Italy are not enough. Change is done together” and it is necessary “to involve the new generations, it is they who will pay for the impact of our choices “. Thus Carlo Cici, Associate Partner and Head of Sustainability of The European House – Ambrosetti, presents the main results of the stakeholder listening project in the territories in which the A2A Group operates, which took place between June and September 2021, during the event ‘The turning points fair – The point of view of the territories on the future of the ecological transition in Italy ‘. “The transition is a change – he continues – and the changes either impose them or explain them. If you choose the path of explanation, you need to activate a process of dialogue. So you need to understand who you are in front of, what attitudes, fears and points of view are. our task was to understand the attitude of the territories where A2A operates towards the ecological transition, and we did so by confronting them with 10 great challenges, turning points, dilemmas. We asked for a polarizing answer “. So what approach from the territories? “They seem futurists, environmentalists, welcoming, prudent”, summarizes Cici.