Sustainable Rural Design

Sustainable Rural Design

Sustainable Rural Design replaces and overcomes the European Union’s (and its national and regional) approaches and other similar funds, as it puts in place a number of innovations that enable the creation of well-embedded business cells in the ecosystem , suitable for local food and local customs, able to ensure a relationship between man and the correct territory and in line with the dictates of Food Sovereignty as defined in 1996 at the International Conference in Tlaxcala (Mexico) then resumed by the Parallel Forum at the FAO World Food Summit in Rome.
This design uses a set of tools that allow the creation, adaptation or improvement of agricultural realities of long-lasting sustainability and hence of considerable human, ecological and economic solidity.
These tools are derived from the following disciplines:
• Ecosystem: The term ecosystem was used for the first time by philosopher Arne Næss at the University of Oslo in 1960, and is the foundation of the Deep Ecology movement, which calls for an overthrow of the anthropocentric perspective; man does not place himself at the top of the hierarchy of the living, but instead fits in the ecosphere; man is a part in Everything. In this sense, the approach with the principles of ecosystem, essentially suggests the way of understanding the Rural Design, not as a prerequisite for the service of man but man to the Service of the Environment.
• Sustainable Economy: This is a branch of Economics Development Studies focused on the concept of sustainable development. From the environmental point of view, the use of resources must allow them to regenerate continuously. In the sustainable economy, the local heritage (ecological, anthropic and economic) is the fulcrum and the engine of social development.
• Sustainable Finance: The use of Sustainable Finance is based on the principle of responsible investment (IR). It is a practice whereby the typical objectives of financial management, ie the optimization of the relationship between risk and performance in a given time horizon, are supported by environmental, social or governance considerations (ESG – environmental, social, governance ).
• Sustainable Nutrition: Sustainable Nutrition is the branch of holistic disciplines that aim not only at ecological safeguarding of productive models, but also on the healthy protection derived from the proper use of agri-food resources.
Such financial planning is not based on the use of the Public Contribution (PSR funds and other aid measures) but of the Guaranteed Loan Facility. This results in the following results:
• Less tax pressure with obvious social and economic benefits.
• Investments’ Responsibilities, which, with the help of Credito Agevolato, translate as an Indirect Contribution that can reach up to 50% of the Project Amount;
• Accuracy and Accuracy of Investments since the realization is much faster (on average two to six months) and therefore the design idea is translated and realized in a very short time and corresponding to the time analysis;
• Return of money, according to a multi-year amortization plan, from the time the company begins to produce.
Lastly, Sustainable Rural Design employs certification, chain closure systems, publicity, and loyalty to customers at a very low cost and high end result performance.
Sustainable Rural Design is made by a Nucleo of Designers and experts in Agronomic, Ecological, Economic-Financial, Agro-Food and Anthropology disciplines that substantially and completely alter paradigms not so much and only of design but how and especially the approach to the new one knowledge and conscience: the Pyramid of the Cognitive Process is completely reversed.
Guido Bissanti
For any contact and clarification you can write to Guido Bissanti: gubissa@tin.it