Study calls for indigenous wisdom to be included in climate policy

Barcelona (Spain), Sep 29 (EFE).- A new international report defends that the knowledge of indigenous peoples and local communities could contribute more to the fight against climate change than many current strategies, which is why it advocates including them in political decision-making processes on global warming. The report, published as a white paper, has been … Read more

“The Islamophobic climate has pushed museums to produce an alternative discourse”

Diletta Guidi has just received the prize for the first book of the Chair of Studies on Religious Facts 2022, awarded by CERI-SciencesPo Paris for her book, ‘L’islam des musées. The staging of Islam in French cultural policies’. We publish here his interview granted this summer on the occasion of our double issue. LCDL: More … Read more

The Migration Festival returns to Turin, focusing on war and climate change


War, climate change and the gender issue. These are the cornerstones of the Migration Festival, which returns to Turin for its own fourth edition from 27 September to 2 October and this year too unfolds in various places in the city, between the former Cemetery of San Pietro in Vincoli, the Holden School, the Sandretto … Read more

Will the climate crisis be the occasion for a spiritual rebirth?

A white card from Renaud Meeus, teacher (1) Faced with the climate challenge, we have seen that it is not a question of falling into blissful optimism in the power of technological innovations, nor into desperate and anxiety-inducing pessimism, but of walking on the path of lucidity, which does not accommodate any blindness. The future … Read more