Posts Tagged: BCFN

Sustainable diets: cereal cropping

Originally published on Slowear Journal on Nov 21st Thanks to Francesca Stignani for translation Leggi in italiano More cereals, less meat, and a lot of fruits and vegetables. The sustainable diet, which is good for our health as well as

Sustainable diets: cereal cropping

Originally published on Slowear Journal on Nov 21st Thanks to Francesca Stignani for translation Leggi in italiano More cereals, less meat, and a lot of fruits and vegetables. The sustainable diet, which is good for our health as well as

Contribution to Landscapes Blog for People Food and Nature

Ecoagriculture.org has started gathering info, knowledge, opinions and suggestions from farmers and some of the players involved in agricultural sector interested in sustainability. They started collecting contributions from all over the world and by accident it was me editing the

Contribution to Landscapes Blog for People Food and Nature

Ecoagriculture.org has started gathering info, knowledge, opinions and suggestions from farmers and some of the players involved in agricultural sector interested in sustainability. They started collecting contributions from all over the world and by accident it was me editing the

Interviewing Nobel Prize Amartya Sen

One of the latest events focused on efficiency of economic measuring tools (GDP) at Bocconi University in Milan featured Amartya Sen as guest speaker. Besides awarding the Nobel Prize for economy in 1998, he has received quite 100 honorary degrees

Interviewing Nobel Prize Amartya Sen

One of the latest events focused on efficiency of economic measuring tools (GDP) at Bocconi University in Milan featured Amartya Sen as guest speaker. Besides awarding the Nobel Prize for economy in 1998, he has received quite 100 honorary degrees

A debate about degrowth

I’ve been working so far at the organization of the webinar Which economic model for a sustainable growth? by Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition. Webinars – also known as BCFN Talks – are short yet well-structured debates following talk show TV format

A debate about degrowth

I’ve been working so far at the organization of the webinar Which economic model for a sustainable growth? by Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition. Webinars – also known as BCFN Talks – are short yet well-structured debates following talk show TV format

#F27 • It isn’t a GMO code

  27 febbraio, 30 nuovi tweet #F27 ogni minuto, da diventar matti a star dietro all’hashtag. E’ il giorno della protesta globale di Occupy Big Food, movimento nato 6 mesi fa a Zuccotti Park, superflua precisazione, sull’onda di Occupy Wall

#F27 • It isn’t a GMO code

  27 febbraio, 30 nuovi tweet #F27 ogni minuto, da diventar matti a star dietro all’hashtag. E’ il giorno della protesta globale di Occupy Big Food, movimento nato 6 mesi fa a Zuccotti Park, superflua precisazione, sull’onda di Occupy Wall