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The Climate Change Study Centre (CCSC) team together with Ecogest management are carrying out checks along Moroccan motorway sections


8 February 2023

Climate Change Study Centre (CCSC)

At the invitation of Autoroutes du Maroc, the Climate Change Study Centre (CCSC) team, together with Ecogest management and technicians, are currently carrying out an operational inspection along Morocco’s motorway sections, and in particular on the section from Fes,

through the Atlas Mountains to the Algerian border.

 

Innovative solutions are being studied in the areas of site monitoring and evaluation of the effects of climate change, consolidation of the areas facing the motorway site using advanced naturalistic techniques and the analysis of a study area using

the use of the Kassandra software for the identification of possible criticalities of the structure in relation to the resilience index with respect to the effects of climate change.

The mission is led by Valerio Molinari, founder of the CCSC and major shareholder of Ecogest, and includes the company’s CEO, Pietro Torchi Lucifora, Dr. Miriam Olmeda Alarcón, researcher at the CCSC, and arch. Antonio Stornello, co-director of Kassandra.

We are honoured by this invitation,’ Molinari said, ‘which also puts us at the forefront of innovation and prevention of the effects of climate change on transport infrastructure in the North African region. Once again, the Autorutes du Maroc stands out as one of the companies most attentive to innovation, but also to the study of climate change and its effects, in an area that has been particularly subject to intense weather stress in recent years