THE FUTURE OF FOOD

THE FUTURE OF FOOD

High Level Event on the Mediterranean Diet The Director-General of FAO and the Secretary Général of the CIHEAM were joined by experts to discuss how to preserve the principles of the Mediterranean Diet as an intangible food systems heritage, and how to ensure this heritage is preserved by current and future generations.
143rd CIHEAM Governing Board Meeting

143rd CIHEAM Governing Board Meeting

Madrid, Spain 4-5 July 2019

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Innovation for Sustainable Sheep and Goat Production in Europe

Innovation for Sustainable Sheep and Goat Production in Europe

iSAGE will enhance the sustainability, competitiveness and resilience of the European Sheep and Goat sectors through collaboration between industry and research. iSAGE have a powerful consortium with 18 industry representatives from various EU production systems and socio-economic contexts.
Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas

Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas

SIMRA seeks to advance understanding of social innovation (SI) and innovative governance in agriculture, forestry and rural development (RD), and how to boost them, particularly in marginalised rural areas across Europe, with a focus on the Mediterranean region (including non-EU) where there is limited evidence of outcomes and supporting conditions.
Promotion of near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use

Promotion of near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use

The project wants to define near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use (NZCO2EB) and present the various benefits which result from this type of building.

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Liquidating Our Future Versus Lasting Prosperity

Liquidating Our Future Versus Lasting Prosperity
Our current economies are running the largest Ponzi scheme ever. We are using the Earth’s future resources to power our current economies. Currently, humanity consumes the planet’s natural resources more quickly than Earth can replenish them. Debt balloons and eventually bursts. Humanity’s ecological debt shows up as carbon in the atmosphere, collapsing fish stocks, shrinking forests, eroding soils, and depleting groundwater.