With the excellence and prospects of its agrifood sector, Italy once again took center stage at the pre-Expo global digital events, a series of meetings to give a preview, one year ahead of time, of the debate that will unfold around the principal themes of the Universal Expo at Dubai.
‘Food, Agriculture & Livelihoods Week’ is the title of the event held on Tuesday, 23 February, in which the organizers of Expo Dubai and the partecipating Countries and Organizations opened a debate on the challenges of sustainability in the agrifood sector.
Expo Talks - Food, Agriculture & Livelihoods Week
Angelo Riccaboni (VIDEO), Chair PRIMA Foundation, Chair Santa Chiara Lab-University of Siena - "The PRIMA Programme: Cooperation in Food Innovation as a Driver for Scientific Diplomacy in the Mediterranean"
Simone Cresti (VIDEO), Project Manager, Santa Chiara Lab - University of Siena - "Best Practices for More Sustainable Mediterranean Agrifood Systems "
Mauro Fontana (VIDEO), President of the Italian Technology Agrifood Cluster CL.A.N. - "The Bioeconomy, Nutrition & Health: People, Planet, Prosperity"
Luigi Scordamaglia (VIDEO), Managing Director of Filiera Italia - "The Italian Agrifood Chain as a Global Model for Competitive Sustainability”
Regione Lazio (VIDEO) - "Food Innovation Hub"
Among the topics addressed, the contributions also focused on cooperating to innovate the agrifood sector in the Mediterranean, best practices in terms of sustainability, bioeconomy and the Italian agrifood supply chain as a global model of competitive sustainability.