26 April 2021, Rome Italy - An Sheperd, wearing a protective mask against COVID-19 virus is portrayed as he brings his flock of sheep to pasture in the Caffarella Park. The G20 Green Garden at Rome's Caffarella park, will be a legacy of Italy's G20 presidency and partnership with FAO that raises awareness of the members' commitment to people, the planet and prosperity, while offering environmental and recreational benefits to Rome's citizens and visitors. This project will be divided in phases from June to October and the FAO Global Goals installations will be the starting point for a larger G20 Green Garden initiative. One of the main objectives of this project is to produce a Lucus, or sacred forest, in line with an ancient Roman tradition, by inviting each representative of the G20 countries to plant a tree in the park as a symbol of their commitment. Considering that planting cannot start until autumn, the proposal is to develop the Garden in phases, inaugurating the first phase during the U20 Summit of mayors on 12 June 2021, and proceeding with phases 2 and 3 - tree planting and the development of an educational itinerary - in September/October 2021.