[Autom. eng. transl.] The volume explores possible strategies to promote an integral and inclusive ecology, starting from the co-construction of knowledge itineraries and lifestyles capable of recomposing the alliance between natural and man-made environment. Through a transdisciplinary approach, which puts different theoretical and interpretative perspectives in dialogue, the first part of the volume outlines an ethics of care and living underlying the unprecedented heuristic perspective of proximity to others, things and nature. It is an innovative perspective that opens up to dialogue, commitment and responsibility towards what happens, surrounds us and evolves, since it concerns us. All this, in the context of a globalized and interconnected world, in which a plurality of increasingly complex and fragmented spaces and times (public, private, work and loisir) tend to limit, on the one hand, the options of contact with nature on the other, people at different ages of life tend to reduce the real possibilities of citizens (children or adults) to participate actively in decisions regarding civic-environmental and environmental protection policies, both locally and on a planetary scale. These aspects, of great interest given their urgency and which are reflected in the second part of the book, which illustrates some innovative design and resilient practices conceived and acted to promote fair and sustainable development, that is generative of creativity and change, in the direction of a truly shared human and environmental ecology.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Living as a project, care and responsibility. Epistemological and planning aspects|
|Number of pages||132|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|