Cristina Pozzi guest at Otto e Mezzo
10 June 2019 | Written by La redazione
(Italiano) Cristina è intervenuta durante il programma condotto da Lilli Gruber l'8 giugno
On 8 June Cristina Pozzi was a guest of Otto e Mezzo, the in-depth program led by Lilli Gruber, to discuss, together with the architect Massimiliano Fuksas and the writer and journalist Antonio Ferrari, which are the possible futures of Italy, of his role in an international scene in constant acceleration. Education is also of fundamental importance so as to be able to make the efforts towards the best of possible futures concrete, allowing today’s young people to start projects and activities that look beyond the horizon of tomorrow.
“We no longer have the ability to look at the long term – explained Cristina Pozzi – to have a vision that allows us to make more responsible decisions based on a real strategy that puts the question at the center, where we want Italy to be between 30, 40, 50 years. [ …] Both managers and politicians make decisions based on a time frame that is often 2-3 years, and this is like navigating in a storm, in times like ours, when there are changes taking place at very high speeds – sometimes also because of new technologies that have the ability to completely change the status quo -, 2-3 years is almost like looking at the past instead of the future “.
Look at the episode: