We are at the end of a year extremely complicated, we know it. Energy crisis, economic crisis, an ongoing pandemic, an environmental emergency that we are unable to deal with seriously, and of course the infamous Russian invasion of Ukraine. All our cornerstones are now shaky: peace, welfare, health, democracy, progress. We have done nothing … Continue reading The roadmap is you
Category: Social responsibility
(And why - spoiler - in the end it is better to participate) The new COP27 that began yesterday and until November 18 in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt does not start with great optimism. The disappointing results of COP26 in Glasgow, the global energy crisis triggered by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, with many countries in scattered … Continue reading To go or not to go? The question mark on the climate conference.
The beauty of certain expressions in the Japanese language is that they positively transform some concepts that have a negative meaning for Western culture. For example, “kintsugi,” the Japanese practice of highlighting and embellishing fractures and increasing the value of a broken object. This technique involves repairing the object (for example, a broken vase in … Continue reading Tsundoku
I suppose many have read that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just published their Sixth Assessment Report, Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis and that very few have actually read it (it’s almost 4,000 pages) or perhaps have read the 42-page summary. For those who haven't, here are two well done … Continue reading The time for choices
From last Restore Ready event to LF21 start, a Tuesday like no others within the framework of Earth Day celebration. Save your spot at your laptop for a regenerative webinar binge watching tomorrow Tuesday, April 21st 2021, from 2 PM to 0:30 AM (UTC+1) featuring:• RESTORE Ready Sabden (UK) (2-9 PM, UTC+1) free registration here … Continue reading Super Tuesday
Looking for a bright spot heading to a different future in the dark of these unprecedented times? Mark your calendar next December 2+3 with two full days on regenerative sustainability you absolutely cannot miss. The LFE 2020 Meet-up Wednesday 2nd December is the Living Future Europe day. Promoted by Living Future Europe (LFE), together with … Continue reading The Regenerative Week is coming
The Living Future annual conference is a game-changing platform for the green building movement’s most innovative leaders to come together to ideate and exchange expertise. This year, ILFI is taking a bold approach to its flagship event by pioneering a new type of powerful, inspiring, motivating, and interactive online experience that can reach more people … Continue reading 10 reasons to watch #LF20 (*)
Here you can find the podcast of my interview by Amy Simmons from InnoRenew CoE last March 16th. 35 minutes talk on the International Living Future Institute visionary programs as Declare, Living Product Challenge, the manufacturers response to sustainability, role of technologies and IoT #LivingFutureEurope and more. This interview is in the framework of the … Continue reading Sustainability goes beyond a single facet. Interview by InnoRenew.
Here is the podcast of my interview graciously hosted by Saskia Constantinou last February, 6th on Cyprus Radio. 45 minutes talk on #regenerativedesign #LivingBuildingChallenge the International Living Future Institute visionary programs #LivingFutureEurope #CostRestore #sustainability in #Cyprus and much more … Enjoy 🙂 SaskiaUnreserved - Carlo Battisti Saskia Constantinou is the producer and presenter of her … Continue reading #SaskiaUnreserved
Living Future Europe Becomes Formal Entity, with Green Building and Market Demand Growing Across the Continent. Seattle/Bolzano - In December 2019 Ursula von der Leyen, newly-appointed President of the European Commission, said, “I want Europe to become the first climate-neutral continent in the world by 2050... to make this happen, we must take bold steps … Continue reading A Living Future for Europe.