3 innovations that use artificial intelligence to combat food waste One out of every three portions of food is thrown away or wasted. One out of every three apples or any product you see in the market. Yes, we are talking about a really serious problem. To remind each of us to take action, on…
What if we could savour the delicacies of haute cuisine while joining the fight against climate change?
Did you know that pulses could be the answer to many of the food and environmental challenges we face?
The foods we choose do not have the same environmental impact and it may be that, when we are faced with the shelves of a supermarket, we are not clear about which choices are better than others when it comes to contributing to looking after the planet.
British architect, teacher and writer Carolyn Steel has already captivated us with Hungry Cities, a groundbreaking study of how cities eat.
rt can manifest itself in different ways. Through a sculpture, through a piece of music, through dance, and even through a plate of food.
Now available! CEMAS publishes its new book Resources, Strategies and Potentialities for Food System Sustainability in the Mediterranean Area
Back in 2020, we started a wonderful journey to publish a book that would highlight the richness of the Mediterranean, a space that offers a permanent exchange like few other places on the planet and where history, the social habits of its inhabitants, biodiversity and climate coexist.
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.