CEMAS Magazine 09
The global food market: a model under review
The meteorologist and mathematician Edward Lorenz said that very small variations that at first glance may seem innocuous, can generate enormous changes over time.
Simona Seravesi: “If we want people to be healthy, we need our planet to be healthy too”
We need a unifying approach that sustainably balances the health of people, animals and ecosystems.
Artisanal fisheries and aquaculture: an international year to review their value
For Willard, who has been fishing on the shores of Lake Malombe (Malawi) for more than 40 years, fishing is his way of life.
The school canteen: a healthy, sustainable and supportive space
Nine months a year, five days a week. This is the period in which young schoolchildren go to the school canteen.
Café Coado’s input: a driver of change
How can we build healthier and more sustainable food systems? How can we make them inclusive and empowering, biodiverse and culturally integrated?