The need was imminent: in-depth understanding of food systems to make better decisions. Because, without accessible, organised and proven information on food systems, it is difficult to identify actions that could improve them.
Climate is changing. And world population is growing. In fact, according to UN data, we will be 8.6 billion people in the world in 2030.
Nowadays, when the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting us again, it is more important than ever to create spaces for dialogue so that cities can share their experiences in managing this health and socio-economic crisis.
Sustainability in the Mediterranean Area: from the farmer to the plate. A research project by CEMAS with Noelia and Ester Betoret
The Mediterranean region has some peculiarities that make it unique. Its climate and biodiversity, the social habits of its inhabitants and its traditional diet make up a complex food system that deserves to be studied.