Twelve months after its launch event, the Dolomiti Paganella Future Lab shares the project’s intermediate findings with the community.
On October 21 a booklet containing all the main intermediate answers of the Dolomiti Paganella Future Lab began to be distributed to all the families of the Paganella Plateau.
A year ago, on October 29, 2019, we launched the Future Lab. It was an autumn evening and, in a room packed with over 700 people, we were optimistic about the upcoming winter season.
Then COVID-19 burst suddenly into our lives, leaving us with no reference points. A scenario of uncertainty, for which the laboratory, today even more than a year ago, can indicate strategic responses and points of reference for a development path for an entire community that thrives on hospitality.
The main results of the work carried out until now are reported in the notebook as we prepare to launch the final phase of the project. Many results were to be expected, but there are numerous surprises too.
In addition, all residents will find inside the publication a bookmark with information to access the survey aimed at the local community.