28 September – 27 October 2019
Climate change, green economy, ecological economics…
The UN defines the green economy as a real perspective. A perspective for which a growth of income and employment are driven by investments whose goal is to reduce pollution, increase renewable energy, make resources more efficient and avoid the loss of biodiversity.
Climate change is a fact: the temperatures are increasing, the precipitation pattern is changing, the ice and snow are melting and the average sea level is rising globally.
Nonetheless the differences towards that science that Darwin referred to as “economy of nature” and that in 1866 was given the name of ecology, are still too many.
Although scientists tell us that we have entered in a so called time of “Anthropocene”, in which the terrestrial environment is strongly conditioned from the effects of human actions, we assist to a global schizophrenia. On one side political, social and economic forecasts are predicting devastating news about the planet’s future, supported by protectionist initiatives, nationalistic closures, and the discussion of the 2015 Paris agreements. On the other hand the birth of transnational movements are in favor of the environment, and new generations are aware of the risks and especially the development of economic investments in energetic camp that let us hope that the green economy will not only remain a dream.
- 28 – 29 September 2019
ELISABETTA CONSONNI with POLIPO (IT)
I LOVE YOU PUBLIC
- 3 – 6 October 2019
MICHELE LOSI/PLEIADI ART PRODUCTIONS (IT)
R 500 – SAFARI IN THE URBAN LABYRINTH #STUDIO I. THE ISLAND THAT DOESN’T EXIST
11 – 14, 16 and 18 – 20
DOM- LEONARDO DELOGU, VALERIO SIRNA (IT)
L’UOMO CHE CAMMINA
A ZONA K and DANAE FESTIVAL project
16 October 2019
ANDY FIELD (GB)
19 – 20 October 2019
ANDY FIELD (GB)
LOOKOUT “a one on one meeting with a city view”
23 October 2019
ČERNOBYL’: A CATASTROPHE, A POINT OF DEPARTURE AND AWARENESS.
[meeting] by Q Code Magazine
26 – 27 October 2019
ZVIZDAL [CHERNOBYL, SO FAR – SO CLOSE]
[performance] c/o TeatroLaCucina