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DENVA is a start-up of Demetra‘s core business, as a completion to its services for the maintenance of green areas.

DENVA is a group of professionals who believe in the principles of ‘sustainable development‘ and ‘resilience‘ and have decided to include them in their professional activity.

DENVA works using the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) approach, believing that the holistic vision of this instrument is fundamental in order to evaluate the environmental, social and economic impact of the products and services analysed.

Guido Scaccabarozzi

Environmental Engineer

He is passionate about environmental issues and got a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering with a thesis presenting the LCA of a services building. He cooperates with the Politecnico di Milano, in Italy on several LCA studies. He is also involved in the development of productive conservation models for the Amazon rainforest. 

Guido Scaccabarozzi

Caterina Villa

Landscape designer and environmental scientist

Her passion for the environment, leads her to having a wide and multidisciplinary knowledge on the topics of botany, agriculture and biology, as well as on environmental legislations. She is specialised in the field of LCA and the environmental management systems. 

Caterina Villa

Francesca Allievi

Environmental Engineer

She is the international soul of this group, cooperates since 2011 with the University of Turku in Finland, carrying out research in the field of agri-food sustainability.

Francesca Allievi

Claudia Camera

Environmental Engineer

She is sensitive to the idea of sustainability and grew her passion for the LCA approach while working on her Master thesis. She is specialised in energy efficiency and environmental sustainability of the construction sector

Claudia Camera

Sustainable development development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. (Brundtland Report 1987).

Resilience is the speed with which a community or an ecosystem respond to a perturbation or disturbance by resisting damage and returning to the initial stage.