In Proverbios y Cantares, Antonio Machado said that only fools confuse value and price. These are two words whose relationship is practically a paradox, because without air and water, we would not survive; however, their price is zero or a ridiculous sum of money.
Getting lost in the numbers is easy when it comes to food loss and waste. The social, environmental and economic impacts of this waste are so shocking that we have difficulty putting the magnitude of the problem into concrete numbers.
Valencia has always strived to be green, and its inhabitants have more than defended the natural areas of this Spanish city, such as the Natural Park of l’Albufera and El Saler, highlighting the natural attraction and biodiversity of the 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.