The newer global movement of “Fridays for future” has had the merit of bringing the problem of the climate emergency back to the center of global media attention. More generally, the issue of safeguarding and improving environmental conditions has been placed at the center of the UN 2030 Agenda through the definition of the Sustainable Development Goals, one of which focuses on the ability to guarantee sustainable production and consumption models. , promoting the famous 5 “Rs” of waste – reduction, reuse, recycling, collection, recovery – as well as practices of circular economy and responsible consumption that favor a prudent and rational use of natural resources by the population and reduce waste also in logic of reducing existing inequalities (another goal of the UN Agenda 2030). The “Sustainable Generations” project intends to act within this reference scenario by first of all promoting the formation of a culture of sustainability through a preliminary phase of raising awareness on the correct use of natural and food resources to be carried out through educational workshops in schools with young people and meetings in social centers with the elderly with the aim of promoting sustainable and responsible consumption in an inter-generational key. In order to fully capitalize on the awareness raising activity carried out, the project envisages the subsequent implementation of a series of community activation interventions (in a community welfare logic) that make it possible to favor the exchange processes within the community networks on various fronts – food, technology, housing – reducing existing inequalities. In this logic, after adequate training of old and new volunteers, interventions will be developed for: reduce waste through food education courses that can also promote proper nutrition and lifestyles functional to the active aging of the population; encourage the recovery and distribution of food surpluses, through the experience of the “solidarity warehouse”; favor the reduction of waste and social relations within condominium complexes by promoting the role of the condominium facilitator; promote the implementation of horticulture activities for the benefit of situations of social disadvantage, through the experience of the solidarity garden; reduce the digital divide of the elderly through digital solidarity paths in which young people will be able to train and support the elderly in the use of new technologies; The Ada, Adoc and Uniat Associations, with the project, therefore intend to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by promoting an inter-generational activation process that provides for an active role both by the elderly population and by the younger generations in an interesting process of “Co-generation” of sustainable actions (“Sustainable Generations”).