As you are aware, 2010 was once again defined by an impasse in the global economic system, particularly in the west which, following the financial crisis of recent years, was forced for the first time to face an eastern shift in the axis of economic activity.
The crisis has put a great strain on countries, entities and people, each of which has had to deal with it in their own way based on their resources and devise new strategies for pushing further and reinventing their development plans.
In fact, the word crisis (krisis) derives from the Greek verb krino (to separate or divide) and has different meanings including a choice, outcome or solution. Beginning from its etymological meaning, it becomes clear we are dealing with an edge, an imaginary line dividing one side from the other with a mountainous relief.
Extending this meaning, the word crisis indicates precisely the separation between a before and after timeframe and is in itself both a choice and a solution.
- Economic sustainability
- Energy package
- Health and Safety