In the name of feeding the world our fields have been transformed into endless monocultures, while animals are packed in squalid conditions for the production of meat, and floating factories empty our oceans of fish. In the name of feeding the world we are exhausting its resources at an ever faster pace. It’s time to take care of nature and restore what we’ve damaged. It’s time for regeneration.
We need to recognize all the different ways we harm our planet and understand how those promises to feed the world are built on policies which put the food security of millions at risk.
So what are the good practices we can use to manage the land, the water, and coexist with all the other living beings on this planet? We share some concrete examples and show how vital regeneration is for the future of our food.
- Piero Bevilacqua, former Professor of History at the University of Rome La Sapienza, and author of numerous books on the environment, development and capitalism
- Myrna Cunningham, activist for indigenous rights. President of the Fund for the Development of Indigeneus Peoples in Latina America and the Caribbean (FILAC) and the Pawanka Fund
- Larissa Mies Bombardi, Brazilian teacher in exile in Belgium due to threats following the publication of her Atlas of the Use of Pesticides in Brazil and Connections with the European Union.
- Virginie Raisson, international relations analyst specializing in prospective geopolitics and Director of the French research institute Lépac
Moderator: Natasha Foote, food and food system journalist for Euractiv, a European network specializing in the policies of the EU.
This conference will be available to view online the day after it is held. You can watch the conference on this page and the homepage of the website.
Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is in Parco Dora, Turin, from September 22-26, 2022, with over 600 exhibitors and a series of workshops, conferences and tastings that show how we can regenerate our planet through food.
Event languages: IT, EN, ES
Via Livorno, 60 - Torino (Italy)
GPS: 45.08817, 7.6735911