Our food systems need a major overhaul. Revising, transforming and adapting them to the needs of today and our future will define our survival and that of our planet.
Wasting food is serious. But wasting it in a hungry world is even worse. Breaking out of this cycle of waste depends on citizens and food management at home, as well as on the commitment of each and every one of the agents in the food chain.
When James Temba was growing up on Mount Kilimanjaro, he used to see how his parents were one with nature. Kihamba.
How can we build healthier and more sustainable food systems? How can we make them inclusive and empowering, biodiverse and culturally integrated?
Diet is much more than just food. It is industry, cities, health, terrestrial ecosystems, climate, education, employment, equality, etc.
It is possible to eradicate hunger, take care of our health and heal the planet. Most of the answers to these problems depend on cities. The decisions we make on city level have great impact.
Stop throwing away food: for our wallets, for the millions of people who suffer from hunger and for the planet. Fortunately, many innovative ideas emerge every day to prevent food waste. And when we talk about prevention, science and technology are our allies.
Did you know that one third of the food produced in the world ends up in the rubbish? Yes, one out of every three apples you see on the market shelf—to mention one random food item—is thrown away every day around the world.
Food is an element that can connect people, stories and territories; that can bring opportunities and promote collective action.
De la molécula al plato, Doctor of Agricultural Engineering María Dolores Raigón explains in great detail all the keys to understanding why eco-friendly foods are the future for human health, the health of the planet and the protection of food culture.