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PRIMO PIANO SCALAc

Telos Primo Piano Scala c

the collection TWO, our way to
celebrate the tenth anniversary
of our monthly publication
Primo Piano Scala c.

the collection ONE, our way
to celebrate the first five years
of our monthly publication
“Primo Piano Scala c”.

July 2022, Year XIV, n. 7

Luca Sisto

The Lobbyist of the Seas

Telos: What is Confitarma and what does it do?

Luca Sisto: The Italian Confederation of Shipowners (Confitarma) is the home of the Italian shipowners since 1901. It has a long history between Genoa and Naples, where the first shipowners’ associations (the Free Shipowners’ and Neapolitan Shipowners’ Associations) structurally united in the ‘70s in Rome to strengthen and centralise union activity and represent the interests of the national shipping industry ...more

Editorial

We need to build a dream of the sea in order to “put the sea back in the centre for Italy”, and Luca Sisto is a concrete dreamer and inspires his lobbying activities by constantly blending them with family life and friendships.
According to Sisto, being simple, smiling and transparent is the best weapon and will get you a long way, beyond what we just perceive and what is tangible, and help “breathe life into the dream.”Who is this Sisto anyway? PRIMOPIANOSCALAc’s July guest is the general director of Confitarma, the Italian Shipowners’ Confederation, founded, as he explains, 120 years ago.
It’s odd to think that, in a Country like ours, which boasts more than 8,000 km of coastline and a history of maritime republics, the so-called “blue economy” has never had any real, tangible political support. Maybe our politicians just don’t know how to swim? Yet in the current hot geopolitical climate, with competition over access to resources, the sea should be central to economic, energetic and (why not?) even food development.
What Sisto has to say about the sea reminds us of Fernand Braudel and his pianure liquide that “il faut la voir, la revoir” [we need to look at it, and look at it again]. This French historian, archaeologist and leading scholar of the civilisations of the Mediterranean Basin was sure that everything transited through and returned to the sea, without ever repeating itself ...more

the collection TWO, our way to
celebrate the tenth anniversary
of our monthly publication
Primo Piano Scala c.

the collection ONE, our way
to celebrate the first five years
of our monthly publication
“Primo Piano Scala c”.