Italy – Stepping into the Future: Vernewell Academy’s esteemed Managing Director and a pioneering figure in Space Sustainability, Mrs. Malak Trabelsi Loeb, contributed an insightful lecture to the recently concluded inaugural Italian Space Summer School, organized by the Moon Village Association Italia on July 24-25, 2023.
The multidisciplinary summer school celebrated International Moon Day 2023, centered around the theme, “Beginning the New Lunar Journey for Humanity.” Spanning two intensive days, the program delved into the main research areas of Lunar Exploration, including sciences, engineering, architecture, health, arts, and literature.
One of the key highlights was Mrs. Malak Trabelsi Loeb’s lecture, “Sustainable Moon Exploration: Promoting Responsible Practices for a Resilient Lunar Journey.” She shared in-depth knowledge of the complex dynamics of sustainability within the context of lunar exploration, shedding light on the fundamental principles, norms, and frameworks that underpin space sustainability.
Mrs. Loeb addressed the roles of various stakeholders and the importance of applying sustainable development principles in lunar exploration. Her engaging discourse ignited thoughtful dialogues among the participants, emphasizing the need to foster responsible practices for a resilient future on the Moon and addressing the unique challenges and opportunities posed by lunar missions.
The lecture stood as a testament to Vernewell Academy’s commitment to sustainable space exploration. Mrs. Loeb’s insights underscored the importance of global cooperation and responsible practices in our celestial pursuits, setting a discourse that will continue to inspire space enthusiasts and stakeholders for the future.
Abstract: The presentation delves into the concept of sustainability within the context of lunar exploration, focusing on nurturing responsible practices for a resilient future on the Moon. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles, norms, and frameworks that underpin space sustainability and its application in lunar exploration. Attendees will acquire valuable insights into fostering responsible practices by exploring the interplay between sustainable development concepts and lunar missions’ unique challenges and opportunities. The presentation examines regulatory landscapes, the roles of various actors, and the application of sustainable development principles to promote sustainable and responsible lunar exploration.
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