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Tens of Thousands to Call for Immediate Climate-Friendly Changes in Agriculture in Berlin

Tens of Thousands to Call for Immediate Climate-Friendly Changes in Agriculture in Berlin

Tonight, Berlin will host the 8th Schnippeldisko to fight food waste in style, while tomorrow the Wir haben es satt! “We are fed up” demonstration will take the streets of the capital to fight for fairer and better agriculture and food policies in the European Union.

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A City to Get Lost in: the Slow Food-CE Project Offers New Opportunities for Venice

Venice is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This international recognition, however, requires particularly close attention to be paid to safeguarding and passing on the artistic and cultural heritage of the city to future generations.

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Agriculture Ministers Asked to Address the Missing Areas in the Report of Plant Proteins in Europe

Just days ahead of the meeting of European Agriculture ministers taking place in Brussels today, Slow Food Europe joined a group of NGOs calling on the Agriculture and Fisheries (AGRIFISH) Council to take into consideration the voice of civil society when discussing the new Commission’s report on the development of plant proteins in the European Union.

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Slow Food – CE: Brno, biodiversity, artisan products, and direct dialogue with consumers. A new future for the city.

Located at the confluence of the rivers Svitava and Svratka, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno, occupies a fertile agricultural area at the foot of the mountains and over time has become the epicenter of the country’s gastronomy.

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Our Idea of Europe

Since it was founded more than 20 years ago, Slow Food has defended small-scale traditional food producers and raised awareness among consumers at the grassroots level. Its aim is to create a more responsible food system, based on the pleasure and sharing of good, clean and fair food.
Now the time has come for us to liaise with the European institutions to promote our common vision and find common solutions.
We have to work together to design better policies to address the paradigms of food production and related problems such as climate change, the risk of biodiversity loss and our impact on developing countries.
Future policies are bound to affect all of us. Which is why we invite all European citizens to join the debate and also … join Slow Food.