A global and interdisciplinary take on social, economic and political innovation.
Patagonia’s philosopher Vincent Stanley explains why we need a sense of both patience and urgency to tackle the world’s biggest environmental problems. His three-part plan, based on livable cities, regenerative organic agriculture and spaces for species restoration constitutes a strategy for bottom-up change, paving the way for a bio-regional approach to globalization.
Alexandra Fattal leads a conversation on the future of coffee and bread with Chad Robertson, Chris Jordan, Daria Illy and Davide Longoni.
Once associated with the collaboration between companies and individuals, mainly linked to the advent of additive manufacturing and the potential of 3D printing, Social Manufacturing could hold a new meaning in the post-Covid era. In manufacturing economies, Social Manufacturing could stand for the end of the primacy of economies of scale.