Andrea Macchiavelli, an economist, is a professor of Tourism Economics of the master's degree course at the University of Bergamo and Tourism Policies at the Milano Bicocca University. He mainly deals with mountain tourism, has published numerous essays in Italian and international scientific journals and participated in congress activities in Italy and abroad.
For fifteen years he was director of CeSTIT (Study Center for Tourism and Interpretation of the Territory of the University of Bergamo), Senior Partner of the Clas-PTS Group in Milan and is an active member of AIEST (International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism).
She graduated in natural sciences and has combined her commitment to the environmental policy with teaching, training and educational activities.
Here are some of her leadership positions: Council member of the CNPI (National Council for Public Education) at the Ministry of Education, Member of the chair of the Italian Scientific Committee of Legambiente, Chairwoman of Legambiente Piedmont and Aosta Valley.
She is a member of the Alpine Biodiversity Board of the Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention and currently responsible for the Alpine region at Legambiente and chairwoman at CIPRA Italia.
Furthermore, as a member of the editorial board of the journal Dislivelli, she has published texts and articles on environmental facts and dossiers on topics such as mountains, water resources, glaciers, traffic, soil protection and planning of water basins, mountain tourism, local mountain development and environmental education.
Giovanni Moro was born in Rome, attended the Torquato Tasso classical high school and graduated in political science at the La Sapienza University in Rome. Journalist since 1992, he worked for the major headlines of the RCS group - Corriere della Sera, Gazzetta dello Sport Digital Edition, L'Europeo, Il Mondo, Io Donna, A - Anna. In the travel sector, he was editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine Gulliver, deputy director of I Viaggi del Sole, project manager of the travel website Viaggi24 - Il Sole 24 Ore.
Since 2015, he has been editor-in-chief of the DOVE multimedia system (monthly magazine, guides, dossiers, special reports, live experience), and since 2019 also responsible for the website Viaggi.corriere.it, the travel channel of corriere.it.