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WahV and Venezia FC begins a collaboration

WahV and Venezia FC announce the beginning of a collaboration regarding the sustainability of Venice. Sharing WahV's commitment to safeguarding Venice as a living city, Venezia FC has decided to support the activities of the association. Here you can read…

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Sponsored run by Camilla Bertolini

On 7th March 2021 Camilla Bertolini, Chief Scientist of WahV, challenged herself to run 22km (14miles) following the cycling route where the Sile river meets the lagoon (from Portegrandi to CapoSile),  and then along the edge of the lagoon  to…

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Recovery Fund

We are here Venice has signed a joint appeal with other associations to be sent to the Italian President of Ministers Mario Draghi, to draw attention to Venice on the occasion of the presentation of the Italian Recovery Plan. The…

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Acqua Alta: One Year On

WahV marked the first anniversary of the disastrous 2019 floods in Venice with the following message:     On this day one year ago, Venice was hit by a violent storm, resulting in the worst flooding since 1966. No-one escaped the…

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Aroop – Issue on Failure

WahV contributed to Aroop magazine's volume on Failure with an essay entitled “The Venice Paradox". The review's fourth volume of 2020 also included contributions from acclaimed writers Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee, Vivek Narayanan and Sumana Roy. It was guest-edited by Ananya…

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Global Cruise Activist Network

During lockdown, WahV co-founder Jane da Mosto joined the steering group of what is a fast growing network of community activists scrutinising and campaigning about the unsustainable environmental, economic and humanitarian aspects of cruise ship activities. As a result of…

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Venice Exploratorium

Image by Annie Drew. In collaboration with Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam and Professor Caroline Nevejan (Chief Scientific Officer of Amsterdam), WahV is co-curating the Exploratorium - a multi-disciplinary outreach programme which was due to run parallel to the Dutch Pavilion…

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