Europe is, probably, facing the main challenge after the World War II.
From one side, old and new players are investing very intensively in terms of science and technology to scale their economies to compete in a global ground field. And sadly, not all with the same rules.
By the other side, the human activity is generating high damages to the planet, defining an uncertain future to the next generations.
And third, the world is under a pandemic not seen in the last 100 years. A pandemic that will change forever the landscape about how life, and work is shaped, with a huge digital dimension that can generate new social differences.
Social and demographic needs that are demanding new solutions….
In this situation what I think is that we should go back to the European values. And not because I defend the idea that what we can live just thinking what we were. No, because the only way to improve is developing our strengths. We have to build on those strengths. And our strengths is what brought us here. Continuar leyendo