"A future that we would like to think has no end." - Bruno Dolcetta, President, Insula SpA 
Where there is a will, there is a way. And there is a will, a strong one in fact, to save Venice. The survival of Venice rests in the efforts of the whole world. Much of the damage to Venice and the lagoon is caused by flooding, a result of rising sea levels caused by climate change. Venice can only survive if everyone takes action in the fight to restore the environment.
Fletcher, Caroline and Jane Da Mosto. The Science of Saving Venice. Turin: Umberto Allemandi & Co., 2004.p.75.