Zéro Waste of Human and Natural Resources
An answer to the challenges of development in the Mediterranean?
Copublished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the CIHEAM, the Mediterra Report 2016 entitled "Zero Waste in the Mediterranean: Natural Resources, Food and Knowledge" was presented at Sciences Po Paris on Tuesday, 24 January 2017.
It analyses the multiple challenges to address related to waste and offers solutions that highlight the significance of this issue for the sustainable, responsible and inclusive development in the countries of the Mediterranean.
In order to facilitate exchanges on this crucial issue of agricultural and rural development, a debate was organised in collaboration with Presses de Sciences Po, publishers of this Report, in presence of Enrico Letta, Dean of the School of International Affairs of Sciences Po and former President of the Italian Council; Abdessalam Ould Ahmed, Deputy-director general and Regional representative of the FAO in the Near East and North Africa; Cosimo Lacirignola, Secretary General of the CIHEAM and Sébastien Abis, scientific and technical coordinator of Mediterra 2016.
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