The bills that Roberto Gualtieri will have to honor do not concern only the name and various prebends. The mayor of Rome is expected at the gate by those who want changes in the city. Among these, Legambiente, which has served him eleven points of the usual indispensable ones and on which he is already beating money. Also because in the aftermath of the election of the new mayor, the environmental association stood out for particular hurray at Gualtieri’s address and it is obvious that it is now coming forward. In the first place we start again with the pedestrianization of the Colosseum. Even if we have been talking about it for forty years. Traders and residents of the area smell the trap. Second priority is the reopening of the three-kilometer tramway to Casilino, from Centocelle to Giardinetti. Ecological Sundays more and more frequent, even if perhaps more environmentalist attention would be expected to the waste disaster and to public transport which is in disastrous conditions also due to pollution. We talk about Door to Door in the fourth point, but it seems more like a memo.
Fifth position in the Legambiente ranking for composting projects in Cesano and Casal Selce. Predictable revolt of the residents, will have pinned Gualtieri. The sixth proposal is the adoption of a resolution for “zero land consumption” and in the week position to plant fifty thousand trees. Boundless ambition. Legambiente also proposes to the mayor to indicate the top 10 energy communities, a training and environmental education program towards the ecological transition, the transformation of bike lanes into cycle paths with the conclusion of the authorization process for Grab, the great ring road for bicycles. Last but not least, Legambiente’s eleventh priority is the cleaning of Rome’s parks. They say that when Gualtieri read the 11 proposals, he came up with the usual “but who made me do it …”.