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Expo after Expo: the legacy of Expo 2015. The work starts now

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The speeches, the testimonies and the final assessments of those who made this Universal Exposition possible. From institutional representatives to partners, from exponents of the academic and research world to the NGOs. The principal protagonists of an event which everyone now describes as a success followed one another on and off the stage of the Auditorium in Expo Milano 2015. All agreed that this event cannot just close on October 31. After sowing the seeds for six months, now is the time to preserve the model and harvest its fruits, working to concretely implement the principles expressed in the Milan Charter. For this reason, over 200 experts gathered in 26 different thematic tables to launch the next phase of the huge project that began on February 2 in the Hangar Bicocca.

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