OM A120

Feeding knowledge

Petruzzella D. (ed.), Sancassiani S. (ed.). Feeding knowledge. Bari : CIHEAM, 2017. 184 p. (Options Méditerranéennes : Série A. Séminaires Méditerranéens; n. 120). Expo Milano 2015.

Résumé    

Feeding Knowledge is a strategic initiative of Expo Milano 2015, the Universal Exhibition hosted by Italy from May through October 2015, whose claim was “Feeding the Planet. Energy for Life”. The Programme has been developed, co-funded and implemented between 2012 and 2015 by CIHEAM (Centre International de Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Mediterranéennes – Bari Institute) and Politecnico of Milano - METID (Metodi e Tecnologie Innovative per la Didattica).

Thème    

Politiques Agricole et Alimentaire, Sécurité Alimentaire, Nutrition

Sommaire    

Rooting knowledge for feeding the planet
Petruzzella D., Sancassiani S., Concia F., Giannelli M..
7-29
Priority 1: Sustainable management of natural resources
Zdruli P., Lamaddalena N., Todorovic M., Scardigno A., Calabrese J., Ladisa G., Verrastro V., Pereira L.S., Coppola A., Marino M..
33-70
Priority 2: Qualitative and quantitative enhancement of crop products
Yaseen T., Ricelli A., Ceglie F.G., Santoro F., De Santis M., Strange R., Colombo L., D'Onghia A.M..
71-81
Priority 3: Socio-economic dynamics and global markets
Callieris R., Adinolfi F., Capitanio F., Santeramo F.G..
83-111
Priority 4: Sustainable development of small rural communities in marginal areas
Lamberti L., Belsanti V., Antonelli A..
113-127
Priority 5: Mediterranean food consumption patterns: diet, environment, society, economy and health
Lacirignola C., Capone R., El Bilali H., Debs P., Cardone G.L., Driouech N., Dernini S., Burlingame B., Gitz V., Meybeck A..
129-174
Feeding the Mediterranean through knowledge
Adinolfi F., Petruzzella D., Giannelli M..
177-184