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Parliamentary questions
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11 January 2022
P-000129/2022
Priority question for written answer  P-000129/2022
to the Commission
Rule 138
Eleonora Evi (Verts/ALE)
 Subject: Strategic environmental assessment of sports facilities for the 2026 Winter Olympics and related infrastructures

The national programme for the 2026 Winter Olympics submitted by Italy to the International Olympic Committee places emphasis on 'sustainability' as an essential parameter in the planning and organisation of the Olympic Games.

Decree-Law 16 of 2020, on the other hand, makes no reference to the need for a strategic environmental assessment (SEA) as specified by Directive 2001/42/EC.

Law 156 of 9 November 2021 provides for an official review of certain operations, including reconstruction of the bobsleigh run, which are having a major economic, social and environmental impact, especially in view of the serious backlog that has accumulated since 2019 regarding technical and economic feasibility and design issues.

Does the Commission not consider that the entire programme, complete with all operational and related measures, including those falling within the remit of the regions and autonomous provinces and encompassing the mountain ranges of the neighbouring regions of Lombardy and the Veneto and the autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano, should be subject to a national strategic environmental impact assessment?

Would the local strategic environmental assessments for each individual project not risk irremediably compromising an overall assessment of the cumulative impacts of the individual sports-related and infrastructural works and allow full public involvement?

Original language of question: IT
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