(Français) Le supermarché du futur : back to basics !

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(Français) Consommer durable dans son quartier – c’est possible ! Les bonnes adresses à Vincennes – Fontenay

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(Français) Qu’est-ce qu’on mange dans le futur ? La réponse en 4 films

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(Français) Changements climatiques, alimentation et agriculture : 10 chiffres à connaitre et des idées pour agir !

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(Français) Des tomates en hiver, non mais allô quoi ! 5 bonnes raisons pour manger de saison 3

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What does sustainable food consumption mean and how to promote it? Interview with Stefanos Fotiou, Head of the UNEP “Cities and Lifestyles” Unit

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What does sustainable lifestyle and sustainable consumption mean? What is the practical definition when speaking about food consumption (does it mean eat organic, local, seasonal, be a vegetarian?) and how to promote more sustainable consumption habits? During my visit to Paris in September, I met Stefanos Fotiou who is working at the United Nations Environment Programme and is an expert on these issues (1). He was great to talk to and gave lots of insight How to promote “sustainable lifestyles”? UNEP’s work on sustainable consumption issues is relatively new and it has increased in the last 10 years. The focus of the organization was originally more on production issues and how to reduce the environmental impacts of sectors: chemical, tourism etc. It is very difficult to work on the consumption side. Leveraging sustainable consumption patterns is most likely to work through policy, with 3 main types of action: Change the ...

(Français) Nourrir les villes durablement – comment la ville de Lyon relève le défi ? Interview de Lilian Pellegrino

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Textifood : textile and food : the comeback of a thousand-year-old alliance towards more sustainability?

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What are the links between food and textile sectors? My pullover and my morning cereal, my new pants and Sicilian orange peels? What are the conections with food waste, circular economy and more widely, sustainability? I found many interesting answers to those questions the occasion of my passage to Milan at the beginning of June within the framework of the exhibition Textifood, which is held at the French institute in Milan until July 14th (one the nice exposition of the Expo 2015 Off). I Thanks again all the people working on this exhibition, in particular Estelle, for their nice welcoming. Lucia From the rediscovery of traditional use of natural fibers… Since the down of times, men used local natural resources for dressing themselves extracting from vegetal fibers (from the stem, leaves or fruits) or using animal fibers (silkworms, wool). The exhibition recalls us concretely – thru wonderful artisanal, engineer or ...

(Français) Tastevere-km0 : du champ à l’assiette, la bonne humeur et la pédagogie en plus ! Interview de Giuseppe, co-propriétaire

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5 best movies on food and sustainability #Expo2015 #FestivalDeCannes 1

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Special article for the festival of Cannes: Our selections of five movies which make people think about the issue of nutrition and agriculture sustainability, which are at the same time funny and exciting. I’m sorry for the “French” selection, but if you have more ideas, don’t hesitate to comment! The cinema, mirror of our societies, our humor, our fears, our vision of the future, is a very pleasant way to think about what’s in our dishes and in our fields! Lucia 1. The Grande Bouffe / Blow-Out Italian-French movie of 1973, with Marcello Mastroianni, Philippe Noiret e Michel Piccoli. The story is simple, but particularly shocking: four middle aged men meet in a villa in France for a “gastronomic seminar”. In the end it turns to be a meeting with death, where four people, tired of their lives, gorge themselves till death. When it was released, the movie caused scandal,  booed ...