Eating in cities: Sustainable defiance?

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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Fertile Cultures, the Art of the Ecological Transition

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 →



Exhibition: ‘Les Jours Sans’ – Food shortages during war

The new exhibition at the Centre d’Histoire de la Résistance et de la Déportation (CHRD) in Lyon, ‘Les Jours Sans’ or ‘The Days Without’, dives into the daily lives of the French during and after the Second World War and reconstructs the long period of restriction that affected the country from 1939 to 1949. (Article in French)Read more →



Adopt a tree!

Adopt a tree with Thierry Boutonier who will work alongside the Grand Paris Express construction project until 2030 by restoring the role of the living and the organic in land development policies by involving inhabitants. (Article in French)Read more →



Exhibition: ‘When Artists Come to the Table’

The exhibition ‘When Artists Come to the Table — Their Views on Food’ presents the work and reflections of 15 contemporary artists around six themes: to eat, buy, modify, grow, raise and preserve, while also touching on food’s creation and supply chains. (Article in French)Read more →

Nantes Food Forum


The Nantes Food Forum: Rethinking our food systems

Two years after the Milan Universal Expo, titled “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, it is clear that experts are all heading in the same direction: the world has yet to find the solutions needed to feed the 9 billion individuals expected by 2050. The Nantes Food Forum clearly presents its ambitions: to be the leading gathering for all those who are thinking about the food of tomorrow. (Article in French)Read more →