Transdisciplinary Dialogue: Climate Change Italy
As educators, we are obliged to help all of our students– regardless of discipline– understand the extraordinary moment in which we are living and its potential for change.
For this reason, Gustolab International Italy/Borromini Institute organized the Transdisciplinary Dialogue: Climate Change Italy, adhering to the Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice, of the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College, in conjunction with partners worldwide and the Open Society University Network.
We are happy to be part of this project which aims to mobilize 1000 Colleges, Universities, High School/Middle Schools, K-6 Schools and Faith Organizations in-person and online, in a one-day Worldwide Teach-In on climate solutions and justice.
We thank our guest discussants: Claudio Bordi (architect / planner expert of European projects and Lead Expert in the European URBACT program) – “GenerACTOR project”); Andrew Kranis (architect, professor, American Academy in Rome Fellow, designer with Whole Foods USA),; Mika Hisatani (sommelier, embarking on a project dealing with the UN SDG‘s and agricultural / food chain practice in Italy); Antonio Lopez, Ph.D. (Chair & Associate Professor of Communications and Media Studies, John Cabot University); Giorgio Scavino (European Advisor DYDAS project – EU Projects Department – ANCI LAZIO); Daniel Faber, Senior Research Fellow, Global Center for Climate Justice (Boston); Manuela Mariani, Youth4Planet Lazio contact person, and Isabel Colmenares, student intern at Retake Rome.
We also thank all the students from SLDV, HWS, Sapienza University and more who participated in this dialogue.
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