Futuro Mediterraneo: a project from Pollica to unite youth, culture, skills, and the Mediterranean Diet
The Paideia Campus in Pollica greeted 2022 by presenting an important project that will guide this 2023: Futuro Mediterraneo. From the heart of Cilento, 200 students from various Cilento institutions gathered in Agropoli to begin outlining a multidisciplinary strategy to support 360-degree regenerative models of production, consumption, and living, starting with the crucial role of […]
Technology and innovations in the greenhouse sector are evolving rapidly.On 9th February, you are invited to Agrotopia (Roeselare, Belgium), the largest greenhouse in Europe, for an inspiring evening. Companies and partners from across the sector will introduce innovative techniques in greenhouse cultivation, with plenty of opportunities for networking and seeing on-site set-ups of systems. This […]
On November 22, 2022, Iceland’s first-ever Food Congress (Matvælaþing in Icelandic) was held in Harpa Conference Hall in Reykjavík. It was hosted by the newly formed Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and intended to bring together various stakeholders and professions working in food production, processing, and distribution as well as food-related innovation, entrepreneurship, research, […]
There are a number of reasons to donate leftover food that is still safe to eat. One of the most important reasons is to help people who are in need, but you should definitely add economic savings and a positive ecological aspect, since large amounts of surplus food that end up as waste have a negative impact on the environment.
Ci.r.c.e.: Cilento Resilient Conscious Empowerment – On the 8th of December, the Paideia Campus Living Lab welcomed a precious moment of conviviality to share stories of agricultural regeneration and innovation starting from the voices of the local female protagonists of the Mediterranean Community. With us during the snack moment in mid-afternoon, there were the Cilento’s […]
In order to increase the public’s awareness of the importance of this issue, and following the opening of the first social self-service in our city, we are organizing a conference where we gathered competent institutions and associations active in this area.
The start of November for Croatian partners in the CITIES2030 project was reserved for the conference “I know what I eat – The perspective of domestic food production”. The conference was organized by Croatian member of the European Parliament Ladislav Ilčić through two-panel discussions.
Vidzeme Living Lab: Food Innovation Hackathon will look for innovative solutions to challenges around sustainable food system
From 25 to 26 November, the Vidzeme Planning Region is organizing the Vidzeme Food Innovation Hackathon, which will last for 24 hours. It will take place in Valmiera, Latvia.
Food for Iași Living Lab also has an essential research component. The results of research undertaken in Iași county and published as the first scientific paper written in the Cities2030 project by Food for Iasi Living Lab were presented within the Symposium of Agricultural Economics and Rural Anthropology.