A new public garden in Rome to showcase the Sustainable Development Goals: it is the “G20 green garden” and will be inaugurated on 10 June at 11.30 in Rome, in the Caffarella Valley. Designed in collaboration with the FAO, the “G20 green garden” will celebrate the Italian presidency of the G20 and the common commitment to a greener, fairer and safer future for all. The garden – an open-air exhibition inside the Appia Antica Park – will develop around an installation dedicated to the Sustainable Development Goals and will continue to grow throughout 2021 with the installation of new plants. A serene space for Romans and visitors to reflect on vital issues for people and the environment. The opening ceremony will see speeches by the FAO director general, Qu Dongyu, by the president of the Lazio Region, Nicola Zingaretti, and by the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi. The event is linked to the FAO “Green cities initiative” to achieve food security by bridging the gap between urban and rural areas around the world. The joint initiative was developed thanks to the collaboration between FAO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ministry of Education; Ministry of Culture, Lazio Region, Municipality of Rome, Appia Antica Archaeological Park and Appia Antica Regional Park.