CEMAS Magazine 14
Women feeding the world: A global view of women in agriculture and fisheries
At the age of 36, Saoudé Garba has begun to take control of her life. When she was very young, she married a village leader in Niger and had her first child at the age of 15.
Interview with Amparo Pérez Roda: “To move forward with sustainable development, the role of women in fisheries today must be central”
In the vastness of the sea lie great opportunities to improve our food systems and people’s quality of life.
Questioning our food systems – also from an ethical and moral perspective
Through a series of events open to the public, we have had the pleasure of convening extraordinary specialists who have brought the major challenges facing our food systems closer to the public.
What if we think blue? Say hello to the marine environmental initiative that empowers young people
How much do we know about the bottom of the sea? What about our children? The UNESCO Forum Chair of the Universidad Politécnica de València (UPV) has been working for some time on a project to bring the reality of our oceans.
GIAHS Stories: two decades celebrating “culture” in agriculture
rt can manifest itself in different ways. Through a sculpture, through a piece of music, through dance, and even through a plate of food.