The imperative to review the predominant economic models has never been
more important than it is now. It is essential to take this moment of disruption
caused by the Coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to rebuild our economic
system by revising our development models. We need to identify new
actions and strategies that can drive and speed up the transition towards new
economic models, new roles for sustainable development, and new models of
solidarity and inclusiveness.
FeltrinelliCamp 2020’s ultimate goal was to highlight the conditions that enable
the advance of an ecological transition sustainable for all, economically, socially
and for the territory’s development, whilst still remaining sensitive to issues
of community well-being and environmental justice.
Such as the previous edition, FeltrinelliCamp 2020 welcomed several dozen of
carefully selected researchers, young scholars, practitioners and activists from
many parts of the world for a two-day intensive workshop. This volume collects
the outcome of this work.
Edited by Anna Pettinaroli, it contains the reports produced by the work of the
seven thematic tables and, in addition, texts by Claudio Zara, Maria Savona
and Eugenio Caverzasi.
The FeltrinelliCamp 2020 research path is conducted in partnership with Eni.
Anna Pettinaroli is a research fellow at Fondazione Feltrinelli in the
area of Globalization and Sustainability. She has a degree in Urban Sociology
and she mainly deals with sustainability policies with a focus
on sustainable mobility.