From the “Social Street” to Communal Landings 2.0

In contexts where impoverished social relations combine with the economic difficulties of welfare, solutions to problems often come from the bottom up. This is what has happened, for example, with the “Social Street” experiment, in which people, based on principles…

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Sustainability and social cohesion

When we talk about sustainability and the three pillars that support it (economic, social and environmental), we tend to emphasize environmental sustainability. There are many reasons for this, not least the centrality that the climate crisis has assumed in our…

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A new type of zero kilometre

Let’s imagine that we are in a restaurant and that we are offered a zero kilometre menu. In addition to the advantage of eating food that has had presumably shorter transport and storage times, we are also convinced that what…

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