Author: De Lab

Here is the interview of the month with Andrea Carapellese, International Expert on Investment & Technology at UNIDO. Enjoy the reading! Sustainable industrial development also passes through interventions that identify a second life for the many mass-market products that reach developing countries: how can entrepreneurs reconcile the need to guarantee high sales volumes with the […]

1. The history of Guidetti srl began in the mid-1980s in a small shed in Renazzo, a hamlet in the municipality of Cento (FE), where Mauro Guidetti produced his first prototype on order: a unique machine capable of separating plastic from cables. Today the company is a leader in the recycling and recovery of non-ferrous […]

A teacher, author of high school books and popular texts on sustainability issues aimed at children, Margherita Sboarina tells us how to tackle complex issues by addressing the youngest children. Happy reading!  Your production of school books and narrative texts for children is very wide-ranging and also includes publications on Environmental Sustainability: what does it […]

February starts with an interview with Filippo Montesi, Senior advisor of Human Foundation and Secretary General of Social Impact Agenda for Italy. An exchange dedicated to the topic of “Impacts”….Enjoy! Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is an increasingly used and appreciated tool, both by the Third Sector and the for-profit sector active – for instance – […]

Honored to be able to share with you the interview conducted with Stefano Zamagni, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Bologna (Faculty of Economics) and Adjunct Professor of International Political Economy at Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center. A leading expert in Civil Economics, he has written numerous books including “Responsible” – ed. Il […]

Here is an interview with Massimo Carraro, founder of the Cowo® network and the first entrepreneur to open a co-working space in Italy, in 2008. Today he manages more than 100 between Italy and Switzerland and tells us about the most interesting aspects of working in shared spaces.  The work today is increasingly “widespread,” autonomous, […]

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