The Polytechnic of Bari will organize on 17 June 2020 (h. 16.00) the first Living Lab within InnoNets project, which aims to promote the agro-food sector between Puglia Region and the Region of Ionian Islands.
The first meeting focuses on the theme “Wellness begins at the table” and wants to highlight the role of food as a link between promoting human health and mitigating the ecological footprint of our societies on the planet.
The initiative is aligned with the general awareness of the role that the food has in the social sustainable development, human health and adaptation to global change. The recent approval of the “Farm-to-Fork” strategy by the European Commission, and the Green Deal confirm the strong interest of Europe for this growth path.
It is possible to register at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/ybl593xf
Many experts and speakers will take part in the Living Lab:
Antonio Moschetta, researcher at the University of Bari “Aldo Moro”, Aida Turrini, researcher, Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of Agricultural Economics (CREA), Food and Nutrition Centre (Rome), Caterina Renna, medical psychiatrist, head of the Centre for treatment and research on eating disorders (ASL Lecce); Edoardo Altomare, doctor, head of the Special Operations Unit “Training” (ASL Bari).
In June and July 2020, four online meetings will be held on a digital platform – streamed live on Facebook – focusing on other issues:
- “Circular economy in the food supply chains”
- “Landscapes of food and new areas of production and consumption”
- “Food justice: for the right to a healthy, culturally diversified and fair diet”.
Partners of the project are the Region of Ionian Islands Region, lead partner; the Chamber of Commerce of Corfu; Puglia Region – Department of Economic Development, Innovation, Education, Training and Labour, with the technical support of ARTI; the Politecnico di Bari and the Regional League of Cooperatives and Mutual Societies of Apulia.