The shift from a human-centric to a planet-centric design could lead to the adoption of organizational scales that are leaner, nimbler and more widespread compared to the hierarchical structures currently adopted by multinational companies and international organizations.
In fact, in this first quarter of a century, we have witnessed the re-emergence of regional-focused economies and policies, with a great development of metropolitan cities.

Globalization and digitalization have created a more interconnected world, enabling people to come together around personal and professional interests, and often converging in large metropolitan areas.
What will be the future of urban life? Will people gather in few very dense cities, or will they settle down in a way that is more diffused and more integrated within the diverse natural ecosystem?