The Alpine Review is a bi-annual, comprehensive magazine that tracks changes in thought, systems and creations around the world. It is a compendium of ideas for a world in transition. The Alpine Review assembles emerging signals, connections and patterns and tie them together with the people, places and things that draw the attention of our team.
It’s about perspective. Climbing the mountain for the inarticulable gratification of surveying the landscape and getting an overview. It seems overwhelming at the bottom, but when you’re standing at its peak, the path makes sense and the journey worthwhile.
It’s about massive disruptions; like tectonic shifts, they are most apparent at the edges where the plates collide: changing landscapes and making mountains. Finally, with mountains come cliffs, caves and caverns, hidden valleys and unexpected crevices to explore and discover.
- Managing Director & Editor: Louis-Jacques Darveau
- Editor: Patrick Tanguay
- Managing Editor: Jennifer Lynn Bisson
- Editor at large: Peter Bihr
The wait is over. The Alpine Review Issue 3 (the Permanence Issue) is out now. Permanence is a contradictory idea. The moment of “now” is as fiercely urgent as it has ever been. Now is the only time we will ever live in, and the only time we can do...
As the rate of change accelerates, many of us are devoting more and more energy to finding meaning, balance and a map that works. In pursuit of steady ground, we find ourselves looking to the past for solutions, inspiration, humility and truth. This more complete perspective allows us to weigh...
The first issue focuses on the theme of ‘Antifragility’, a term coined by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, and through this lens we find connections and crossroads in some unlikely places. Exploring industries and ideas from agriculture to pornography, marketing to axe-making, future business and ownership models to climate change, we’ve found...