2017 Mar 06

Enough is as good as a feast: here’s how we can imagine a brighter food future

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The World Economic Forum’s 2017 report on the future of food examines what the world’s food systems might look like in 2030. But none of the four future scenarios it presents is particularly attractive. To create a world where everyone can eat well without wrecking the planet, we need better ideas, a rich imagination and the right tools. Read the full article at The Conversation! Author: Rupprecht, CDD

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2015 Jan 01

How can Mediterranean societies thrive in an era of decreasing resources?

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Highlights: The average Food Footprint of a Mediterranean resident is approximately 0.9 gha per person—with a range from 0.6 gha—thus higher than that of such countries as India (0.4 gha), China (0.5 gha), Costa Rica (0.6 gha) and Germany (0.8 gha). In analysis of 12 Mediterranean cities, Cairo has the highest total Ecological Footprint, followed by Barcelona and Rome. The Mediterranean cities with the highest Ecological Footprint per person are Genoa, Athens and Rome. The Mediterranean cities with the lowest Ecological Footprint per person are Antalya, Cairo and Izmur. The demand for renewable resources in Athens exceeds the entire nation...

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