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  • Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2022
    Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is an international event dedicated to food politics, sustainable agriculture and the environment. Come to Parco Dora, Turin, from September 22-26, 2022 to shape the future of food with us! You can meet over 600 exhibitors in our market, and take part in a series...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Amanda Diep
  • “Using our skills to restore people's dignity“
    07.07.22 - Robert Mardini has been the director-general of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) since 2020. In this interview, Mardini – who holds a civil engineering degree from EPFL – gives us an overview of the ICRC’s work and discusses the links between science and humanitarian action....
    Source: EPFL
  • EUSTEPs 4th Multiplier Event
    The partners of the ERASMUS+-funded EUSTEPs project in partnership with Sustainable Development Solution Network Black Sea and Mediterranean present Sustainability in Action: Enhancing Universities’ Sustainability Teaching and Practices through Ecological Footprint (Multiplier Event E4) July 13th 10.00 am to 12.00 pm (CET) Hybrid Event Education is increasingly gaining a central...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Michelle Shaffer
  • The Brenner Motorway looks to the future in attempt to reduce environmental pres...
    Carlo Costa, General Technical Manager explores what the future has in store for Autostrada del Brennero SpA and their environmental focus. The post The Brenner Motorway looks to the future in attempt to reduce environmental pressures appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Eskarina Handley
  • The Stockholm Syndrome
    What does the Stockholm syndrome have to do with resource security? Read on! 50 years ago, from June 5–16, 1972, the United Nations held its largest ever gathering on development and environment: the Conference on the Human Environment, which convened in Stockholm. It faced tensions: colonies called for self-determination thus...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Michelle Shaffer
  • EUSTEPs Massive Open Online Course tutored session
    The partners of the ERASMUS+-funded EUSTEPs project invite you to join the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) tutored session Sustainability and Ecological Footprint: From Theory to Practice online from May 16 to July 3, 2022. This MOOC aims to introduce participants to the concepts of sustainability and Ecological Footprint, as...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Amanda Diep
  • Implications of the Ukraine invasion: a resource overview
    By Leo Wambersie, research associate, David Lin, Ph.D., chief science officer, and Mathis Wackernagel, Ph.D., founder and president The Ukraine invasion comes with heart-breaking human suffering. It will also impact people far away from the war as global supply chains for food and energy are crippled. The price shocks they...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Michelle Shaffer
  • COSMOS: Earth-worthy accounting
    There’s more than meets the eye in trying to get people to reduce their resource use – and it’s all in the numbers. The world’s population is currently using 1.75 Earths’ worth of resources. You’ve probably seen this statistic before, or one like it. You are almost guaranteed to have...
    Source: Golbal Footprint Network by Michelle Shaffer
  • Why Defining Agricultural Terms is Critical
    How do you define and measure regenerative agriculture practices? One organization suggests taking an outcome-based approach. The post Why Defining Agricultural Terms is Critical appeared first on Modern Farmer....
    Source: Modern Farmer by Emily Baron Cadloff
  • ‘Blue’ food may be a green way to feed more people
    Five new papers offer evidence that aquatic food, aka "blue food," could fight malnutrition while increasing sustainability....
    Source: Futurity by Sonia Fernandez-UCSB
  • AR6 of the best
    Half a dozen takeaways from a first read of the new IPCC AR6 report. As climate scientists we tend to look at the IPCC reports a little differently than the general public might. Here are a few things that mark this report out from previous versions that relate to issues...
    Source: Real Climate by Gavin
  • Agri-Business Corporations Are Trying to Save The Environment. Or Are They?
    In the early 2000s, a Starbucks ad struck a nerve with consumers and environmental activists. The ad promoted fair-trade coffee, then a burgeoning idea in the industry. The claim that Starbucks bought and served fair trade coffee was true, but it actually made up less than 15 percent of its...
    Source: Modern Farmer by Emily Baron Cadloff
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