(French) Adopter un arbre avec Thierry Boutonier qui accompagne le chantier du Grand Paris Express jusqu’en 2030 en redonnant sa place au vivant et au végétal dans les politiques d’aménagement des territoires en impliquant les habitants.
(French) L’exposition « Quand les artistes passent à table – Leurs regards sur l’alimentation » présente le travail et la réflexion de 15 artistes contemporains autour de six thématiques : manger, acheter, modifier, cultiver, élever et préserver, passant de la chaîne alimentaire à la chaîne de création.
This weekend, come and discover Food Temple at Carreau du Temple. This gastronomic festival will have your heads spinning. You can cook, eat, shop or attend a master class, all in a family-friendly atmosphere! (Article in French)
After the success of PLAY! and its 15,000 visitors, the Cité de la Mode et du Design is celebrating (good) living this year with #ENSEMBLE! — a festival covering food, architecture, greenery and fashion from July 13th to August 27th. (Article in French)
The FAT Tour: 30 three-day long stops during 3 months, that is the program for this itinerant festival that will wind its way through France bringing together agroecology and an agricultural model for the future. (Article in French)
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)
The first edition of the Nantes Food Forum with be held in Nantes on Pentecost weekend from June 2-5, 2017. This international and interdisciplinary forum with mix reflection with conviviality for all of those thinking about the food of the future. (Article in French)
With the festival ‘Le Chant des Colibris’, the Colibris movement has begun its unprecedented tour of six French cities. On the program: workshop-debates and concerts devoted to citizen engagement. (Article in French)
Vegetation is being welcomed in cities, and this is great news! This weekend, amateur gardeners can get into action–in Paris, Nantes, Lille, Toulouse, Montpellier, Strasbourg, and Brussels–thanks to ’48 Hours of Urban Agriculture’, an initiative launched by La Sauge. (Article in French)
Organized by Carreau du Temple on the opening day of the Paris International Agricultural Show, this day of conferences hopes to bring together all those who are working towards an agricultural exception. (Article in French)