This article was published in \"Valori\". An Italian monthly publication on social economy, ethical finance and sustainability, n° 145, February 2017 (www.valori.it)   When the final curtain fell on the twenty-second United Nations’ Climate Change Conference, the COP22 in Marrakech, it seemed as if an intermediate phase had been simply touched on. Indeed, no great progress was made on the front of the fight against climate changes. The “developed” countries confirmed their intention to allocate 100 billion dollars a year, from now until 2020, in the final document approved in Morocco. This promise however appears dated by now considering it was put forward for the first time eight years ago. It was then confirmed in the Paris Agreement which was reached at the end of ...