Today, A.O.C. published ‘Je suis un mammifère omnivore’ (lit. I’m an Omnivorous Mammal), a text by philosopher Dominique Lestel, which lacks none of the distance and perspective missing from the recent barrage of opinions published in Libération over the past few days. (Article in French)
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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)
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)
From October 17 to December 15, 2017, as part of the Biofermes Internationales project, SOL – Alternatives Agroécologiques et Solidaires and Intelligence Verte are leading a huge campaign to educate the French public about the issues facing agroecology. (Article in French)
It was one of the grand moments of the Nantes Food Forum. Gilles Fumey, geographer of food culture, inaugurated the first edition of the festival with a conference imagined as a vast tour of the world of eaters.
Juan Ignacio Pereyra is an Argentine lawyer, specializing in environmental law. He participated in the Tribunal Monsanto which was held in The Hague (The Netherlands) in October 2017. He came to the Nantes Food Forum to share his experience.
How can food waste be reduced, during this time when the number of disadvantaged people continues to rise? Phénix is a company attempting to tackle this problem: since 2014, it has been bringing supermarkets and charities together.
‘Bleu-Blanc-Cœur’ (Blue-White-Heart)… Behind these three words lies an association who is attempting to spread an agriculture focused on health. A thousand doctors and 5,000 farmers are part of it today. Meet Pierre Weill, co-president of the ‘Bleu-Blanc-Cœur’ association.
It was a change of course for Farah and Mélanie, two young women from Toulouse who founded Beaucal, an artisanal condiment business that is 100% local and 100% plant-based. They have a bit of everything, even ketchup!
Although having stopped eating meat for more than 30 years, Florence Burgat is healthy! Philosopher and director of research at the National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA), she will be one of our guests at the Nantes Food Forum.