Number # 09

Renewable Matter

2016 March-April

Natural capitalism and the need for long-term sustainable development in the words of Amory Bloch Lovins, founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute, interviewed exclusively by Emanuele Bompan. Besides, an excursus on the circular possibilities of the wine sector.

Summary
Reinventing the Fire. Again FREE by Emanuele Bompan
The Mirror of Waste by Antonio Cianciullo
Joseph Beuys: Recognizing Nature's Intelligence by Matteo Reale
Remaking Will Change the Economy of Tomorrow by Guido Viale
Awakening the Sleeping Giant by Gianni Silvestrini
Better Remanufactured than New by Fabio Iraldo
The Match is still to be played by Giorgio Lonardi
Time for a Copernican Revolution by Alessandro Farruggia
The Bioeconomy: The Netherlands in Pole Position by Mario Bonaccorso
Quo vadis sharing economy? by Silvia Zamboni
How to Eradicate the Trash Islands by Roberto Giovannini
6000 Years Old and Still Going Strong by Beppe Croce
When Luxury Goes Hand in Hand with Sustainability by Sergio Ferraris
Repairing Your Teeth with a Bunch of Barbera by Rudi Bressa
DeVine Land by Sergio Ferraris
Tyres Galore by Emanuele Bompan
Fuels: The Battle of Cement Factories by Roberto Rizzo
27 Million Messages by Roberto Giovannini
In Italy Glass Generates 1.4 Billion Euros by Marco Gisotti
Successful Granules by Marco Gisotti
The Village of Materials by Marco Moro
Priceless and Unnoticed by Gianfranco Bologna
Turnkey Seaweed Farms by Ilaria Nardello
Go Sailing, for a Change by Federico Pedrocchi