Sitopia: How Food Can Save the World

Energy & Environment #Food policies, #Sustainability, #Urban Planning
Tuesday, November 16 16:30h - 16:36h
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Carolyn Steel’s concept sitopia or food-place has gained broad recognition worldwide in the fields of design, ecology, academia and the arts. Looking back to the history of urbanism, sustainable, equitable and livable communities has been a recurrent challenge. Urban design can be rethought based on food, balancing human and nature needs. How can we design a better future through food? Carolyn Steel’s concept sitopia or food-place has gained broad recognition worldwide in the fields of design, ecology, academia and the arts. Looking back to the history of urbanism, sustainable, equitable and livable communities has been a recurrent challenge. Urban design can be rethought based on food, balancing human and nature needs. How can we design a better future through food? 

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Carolyn Steel’s concept sitopia or food-place has gained broad recognition worldwide in the fields of design, ecology, academia and the arts. Looking back to the history of urbanism, sustainable, equitable and livable communities has been a recurrent challenge. Urban design can be rethought based on food, balancing human and nature needs. How can we design a better future through food? Carolyn Steel’s concept sitopia or food-place has gained broad recognition worldwide in the fields of design, ecology, academia and the arts. Looking back to the history of urbanism, sustainable, equitable and livable communities has been a recurrent challenge. Urban design can be rethought based on food, balancing human and nature needs. How can we design a better future through food? 

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