From Complexity Theory to Food Revolution
Workshop: I don’t know you, you don’t know me. I’d like to think that we’re going to learn from each other (and I am sure we will), sharing our own unique perspectives about the state of the world today and what inspires us in this complex crisis.
We’ll dive into the shadow as we try to understand the polycrisis (Morin), going through a few basic concepts about sustainable development, MDG’s, GRi, flying through complexity theory, community building, planetary boundaries, to finally ask…where do we find HOPE if there’s any and, more than that, I hope to intertwine my own path into two of my favorite subjects : Food and Education through “sustainable development” lenses.
Biography: Brazilian, born 44 years ago in Sao Paulo, shima has lived many different lives. Mechanical engineer for ten years leading teams in France, Spain and Brazil, left his career to start a small business in consultancy. Twelve years later this business became the 6th largest group of private universities in brazil. Mixing education with business was a though challenge …