Club of Rome Summer Academy - Laboratorio sulla Giustizia Climatica

Dal 7 al 13 settembre 2017, in collaborazione con l'Università di Firenze, si è svolta a Firenze la Summer Academy della think thank politica il Club of Rome"Challenging an unsustainable economic system” (Sfidare l'insostenibilità del sistema economico). L'iniziativa ha riunito studenti, accademici, giovani professionisti, aspiranti imprenditori, artisti e attivisti, nonché alcuni dei più importanti pensatori del sistema sociale e dei sistemi mondiali. La conferenza ha visto la partecipazione di 120 persone provenienti da 25 paesi diversi.

Per questo evento ho scritto e facilitato il laboratorio "Human Rights and Climate Change: the role of Climate Justice in the Sustainable Development Goals realisation".

Tra gli argomenti affrontati:

  • Generative Communication (Luca Toschi, University of Florence)
  • Can We Still Meet the Paris Agreement? (Anders Wijkman, Co-President of the Club of Rome)
  • Tech for Humanity – Reflections on the Technological Revolution (Carlos Pereira, Anders Wijkman)
  • A New Enlightenment: At the Core of the New Club of Rome Report “Come On” (Ernst Ulrich v on Weizsäcker, Co-President of the Club of Rome)
  • Resources, Greed & Cooperation: Fishbanks Simulation Game (Orsolya Ujj, Brigitta Pulay, and Atilla Krall)
  • The Seneca Effect – Why Growth is Slow, But Collapse is Rapid (Ugo Bardi, University of Florence)
  • Solving Inequality – A Central Platform for the Health of the Population, the Economy and the Planet (Kate Pickett, University of York)
  • Medeas Workshop: Designing a New Energy-Economy Model (Ugo Bardi, Sara Falsini, Davide Natalini, Ilaria Perissi, Jordi Sole, Inigo Cappellan-Perez, and Sara Falsini)
  • New Well-Being Measures – Beyond GDP Workshop (Katherine Trebeck, Oxfam UK)
  • Reshaping Capitalism: An Asian Worldview (Chandran Nair, Founder Global Institute for Tomorrow)
  • Doughnut Economics (Kate Raworth, Oxford University)
  • An Ethical Foundation for Economics in the Anthropocene (Peter Brown, McGill University)
  • What Do You Want for 2050? Exploring our Footprint Futures: Concepts and Applications (Mathis Wackernagel, Founder Global Footprint Network)
    A New Heterodox Macro Model (Jorgen Randers, BI Norwegian Business School)


Gruppi di lavoro:

  • Human Rights and Climate Change: the role of Climate Justice in the Sustainable Development Goals realisation (Chiara Soletti)
  • Economic Policy Design for the Great Transformation (Amanda Janoo)
  • Grassroots Activism (Florian Carl and Katherine Ghermans)

Tags: Comunicazione, Educazione