The European project H2020 Agroecology for Europe (AE4EU), together with the Fondazione Cariplo project Opera19, has made it possible to carry out the first mapping of agroecological initiatives in Italy. Among the objectives of the mapping work was the continuation of the path previously started by the Agroecology Europe association through its ‘Agroecology Europe Youth Network’.
The young Italian team, interviewing key players from the worlds of agriculture and academia to social movements, produced a report showing for the first time an overview of the development and status of agroecology in Italy according to five pillars: Education and Training, Living Lab, Practices, Science and Movements.
Agroecology as a new paradigm, as an innovative, inclusive and participatory approach that deals with food systems in their totality and complexity. In this conference, whose subject is the investigation and analysis of agroecology in Italy, we will start by sharing the results of the mapping work, revealing a national context rich in initiatives linked to the world of production, research, education and socio-political movements. The initiatives mapped represent, in their diversity, an organic body of active subjects that have agroecology as their reference point, aspiring to become an integral part of a national network working for a true ecological transition.
- Paola Migliorini, Unisg.
- Angelica Marchetti, Agroecology Europe Youth Network.
- Davide Primucci, Scuola Sant’Anna di Pisa.
Free entry while seats last. We advise you to arrive 10 minutes early to ensure a place.
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