Eduardo Sasso

A business sustainability consultant, Eduardo Sasso contributes to urban reconfigurations that prioritize human health and planetary well-being. He is the lead coordinator of Sin Ruido Pura Vida, an initiative working towards positive soundscapes in Costa Rica.


Treeconomics: A (Not-So)-New Image for the Business World

The time has never been riper to reach the heights of Mount Sustainability, and once there, plant trees under whose shade we can take wonder at the wide view in front of us. Perhaps then we’ll cease to behave as masters and start living as guests, treading lightly in a world that has been here long before us—one that’s certainly not of our own making.

March 8, 2024


Einstein’s Take on Capitalism, Socialism, and a New Kind of Business

A glimpse at the headlines surrounding the upcoming presidential election in the U.S. reveals how we are still largely governed by the old dichotomy of business vs. society.

October 30, 2020

Planet of the Humans

Planet of the Humans: Reviewing the Film and its Reviews

Not unlike Einstein’s summons, Planet of the Humans is at least spot on about the need to turn away from our technocentric story and all its delusions that have claimed to give us full control. Then, and only then, will any light shine like the dawn.

May 7, 2020

Business Beyond Shared Value

Business Beyond Shared Value

After more than two centuries of applauding industrialization and the growthism that has gone with it, it’s no news that we’ve currently surpassed human and planetary boundaries. And these, in turn, are calling into question the well-established mind-maps that have enabled us to get where we are at today.

Allegedly designed to overcome old harms, one of such mind-maps is found in the now-famous Creating Shared Value (CSV) paradigm and its different variants.

January 17, 2020

Book cover

A Climate of Desire: Excerpt

Just around a year ago, business sustainability consultant and climate organizer Eduardo Sasso published A Climate of Desire ー a book reconsidering the original roots of Christianity to more fully enable us to respond to the challenges of climate change.

October 18, 2019

Eat this Word: Mixing Faith and Food Justice

As farmer and Christian writer Wendell Berry made it clear in ‘The Pleasures of Eating’, most of us eat in great ignorance today. Faith and food have become, literally, like water and oil.

July 3, 2019

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