“Today we live day by day, but we must prepare for changes. What sense would it make to rebuild everything as before?” says Carlo Petrini in an interview released in Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We have the opportunity to convert to a system focused on territories and communities. I think that the issues of sustainability and food sovereignty will become most important topics to deal with. The agricultural production – continues Carlo Petrini – must become everyone’s heritage. We have stolen space from the countryside in the past and we’ll have to take it back in order to develope a primary sector economy at the service of local communities“.
“How will we get out of it? Better than before” was the Slow Food’s founder final wish.