Five Minutes for Venice: a call to connect, share and spread the word.
For those of us living far away from Venice it’s hard to know what to do sometimes when we really want to help somehow. It can be hard to watch it all from afar, but there are definitely things that any concerned lover of Venice can do to help, and in just five minutes! Here’s the CFLV Toolkit for quick, easy action:
Share Information: read a story and share it on your Internet channels. Minutes!
Italia Nostra-Venezia: www.italianostravenezia.org
Gruppo 25 Aprile: www.gruppo25aprile.org
Comitato NO Grandi Navi: https://www.facebook.com/comitatonograndinavi/
Campaign for a Living Venice: www.campaignforalivingvenice.org
Use our new Brief Guide to the Crises in Venice to build awareness and inform. Send a copy to a friend. Contact journalists you know. Spread the story around. Minutes!
Connect: Like some of these Facebook pages and you’ll always know the latest. While you are there, share! Minutes!
Comitato No Grandi Navi: https://www.facebook.com/comitatonograndinavi/
Italia Nostra-Venezia https://www.facebook.com/italianostraVE/
Generazione 90: https://www.facebook.com/generazione90/
Venezia Cambia: https://www.facebook.com/veneziacambia/
Campaign for a Living Venice: https://www.facebook.com/campaignforalivingvenice/
Express Yourself: Voice your opinions on policy or issues in Venice directly to those making the choices. You may choose to write a brief, pointed e-mail to any or all of the addresses below. Minutes! (If you choose to write for longer that is OK too of course!)
Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro: email@example.com
Venice Vice Mayor Luciana Colle: firstname.lastname@example.org
President of the Veneto Region Luca Zaia: email@example.com
Office of the Prime Minister of Italy, Paolo Genitiloni: firstname.lastname@example.org