manger-en-ville

Agenda

Symposium

Eating in cities: Sustainable defiance?

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The UNESCO Chair on World Food Systems, UMR Moisa, OCHA (Cniel) and the Edgar Morin Center of the Institut Interdisciplinaire d’Anthropologie du Contemporain (IIAC) are organizing a day-long event on December 6th, entitled ‘Manger en Ville’, or ‘Eating in Cities’. (Article in French)Read more →

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Culture

Camille, wild and natural

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It was last night at Foodentropie, the sustainable food laboratory in Château de Nanterre. Camille had said ‘Ouïi’ to the Ruche qui dit Oui ! to play an intimate concert of songs from her latest album, followed by a local farm-to-table meal. As chance would have it, we were invited to sit at her table to talk about her commitment to… (Article in French)Read more →

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Initiatives +

Even at Rungis, the food waste war is fought

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It is 8am at Rungis. The grocers, butchers, cheesemongers and fishmongers of this huge Parisian market are packing up their stalls. It is therefore the moment when the sorting can start. ‘We do this for the poor, so that they can eat fresh produce’, explains Pascal Catiga, one of the 27 sorters from the ‘Gardens of Marianne’. (Article in French)Read more →

cultures fertiles

Agenda

Fertile Cultures, the Art of the Ecological Transition

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On the occasion of the 8th annual Coal Prize Art and Environment at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, COAL, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, the French agency for biodiversity and the Centre Français des Fonds et Fondations is hosting an afternoon titled ‘Fertile Cultures, the Art of the Ecological Transition’. (Article in French)Read more →

impact sur la planète

Consumption

Read on the WWF's website

Eating better while reducing our impact on the planet — yes it’s possible!Read on WWF’s website

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A joint-study conducted by WWF France and Eco2 Initiative revealed that, without having to spend more on our groceries, it is possible to eat healthier and better quality products, particularly those coming from organic agriculture, while also limiting our impact on the planet. (Article in French)Read more →