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Semi di Futuro: Fiera dell'economia solidale e del consumo consapevole

T-ERRE Turismo Responsabile insieme alla CEFF Servizi e all'Associazione Altroconsumo organizzano la seconda edizione di Semi di Futuro, Fiera dell'economia solidale e del consumo consapevole

13-15 novembre 2009
Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Corso Mazzini 92, a Faenza

La fiera Semi di Futuro praticamente raddoppia in quantità rispetto alla prima edizione.
Oltre a ciò abbiamo significative presenze che notevolmente rafforzano in qualità le tematiche della stessa. In particolare l’associazione Libera Terra le cui cooperative gestiscono le terre confiscate alla mafia di cosa nostra, il consorzio di cooperative sociali Goel che operano nella Locride, la casa editrice Terra Nuova, oltre alle imprese del settore energetico che occuperanno un’area specifica all’interno della fiera.

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US TOWNS YET

"No US towns yet.", author Paul Knox is on the Cittaslow International Scientific Committee : how a community understand what this is about, and how Cittaslow towns are doing sustainability as well.

"Slow Cities? Swedish sustainability? Collaborative networks of small towns across the world are coming together to share knowledge and drive innovation, particularly when it comes to sustainable living. Heike Mayer and Paul L. Knox of Virginia Tech are authors of a new book on small town sustainability.

New York City may still compete fiercely with Tokyo and vie for corporate investment and a better spot in global city rankings, but small towns across the world recognize that such competition does not help them -- and indeed hinders their progress towards achieving a more sustainable future. While large cities are still engaged in zero-sum competitions, small towns have recognized the limitations of such an approach especially when it comes to solving complex, multi-scalar public issues such as global warming, climate change, economic recessions, social inequities and the recent global financial ‘meltdown’. Small towns are instead spearheading efforts to improve their quality of life and sustainability by forming collaborative, transnational networks that facilitate information exchange and help disseminate best practices."


Wirsberg, a member of the Slow Cities movement

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