Agenda cultural Filantrop (I): Sostenibilidad

You already know that in Filantrop we love to contribute with our grain of sand. It's in our DNA. Especially in these times when we all need to help each other so much. 

After our campaign #IAmFilantrop, the crowfunding to help the self-employed, SMEs and startups in this delicate situation they are going through because of the health crisis, we present you our new initiative: the cultural agenda Filantrop.

With this first edition of our cultural agenda we want to achieve a double objective.

On one hand, to avoid one of the many consequences that so many days of confinement at home are bringing with them: boredom. Above all, now that the weekend is coming and it is becoming even more difficult to keep ourselves entertained. 

On the other hand, encourage you to read, listen and see things that transmit the importance of sustainability, one of the pillars on which we wanted to found Filantrop.

We have tried to make a cultural agenda as varied and entertaining as possible, but at the same time easy to manage. A series, a reading, a film, a podcast and an Instagram profile. That's it.

That's how we make sure you know where you want to start. The idea is that you do it in the format or theme you want and then move on.

Here we go!

Haven't you ever stopped to think that your life could be better with less? This is the question through which this documentary series shows the benefits of "less is more". Families, businessmen, architects, artists, journalists, scientists and even a former Wall Street broker question with their testimonies the impulsive consumption that reigns in today's society. Available on Netflix. 



It is the independent reference magazine on ethics and sustainable development in Spain. Like us, its objectives include the promotion of positive changes in the face of the great challenges of today's society: climate change, energy transition, education in the culture of diversity and human rights, the technological revolution and innovation in health. Available in paper or digital edition, they have decided to enable the free download of their latest publication in PDF. So that you can read it comfortably from your computer or tablet during your isolation.


‘Mañana’ (Francia – 2015)

The publication of a study announcing the disappearance of part of humanity due to climate change, the destruction of resources and overpopulation leads the two protagonists of this documentary film to form a team with which to investigate how to avoid the catastrophe.

Together they travel the world to meet with men and women who can come up with creative solutions to reinvent agriculture, energy, the economy, democracy and education and build a new world - the world of tomorrow.

The fashion journalist, director of sustainability at the Australian edition of Vogue and writer Clare Press analyses in Wardrobe Crisis issues related to the slow fashion movement, the culture of sustainability, the circular economy and activism in favour of the environment and responsible consumption.

Together with her weekly guest, this podcast has been addressing the real issues facing the fashion industry and its effects on people and the planet since 2017. Available on Spotify.

National Geographic magazine is, without a doubt, a universal reference in the world of photography. Professionals like Paul Nicklen, one of its many collaborators, specialized in nature, are the ones who make it possible. His Instagram profile has 6.5 million followers. And no wonder, because his photos are amazing. He is also a founding member of Sea Legacy, an organization for the preservation of the oceans that he leads with Cristina Mittermeier, also a photographer and National Geographic contributor.