Antonio García Allut, graduate of the University of Santiago de Compostela with a PhD in Philosophy and Social Anthropology and representative of Fundación Lonxanet, a foundation for sustainable fishing, will talk to us about the depletion of the fish population and the effects of global contamination on fishing.
In this lecture, we will discuss the creation of a comprehensive, systemic model to make artisanal fishing financially and socially viable, addressing the problems that are threatening the survival of traditional fishing communities across the globe.
27 January 2017Performances Agroecology: A Viable, Caring, Ethical Strategy
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10 February 2017Talks Social Movements for Health and Food Quality
Lecture by Jorge Hernández, Vice-president of Slow Food Aragón (…)
17 February 2017Talks Agroecology and Food Markets
Lecture by Manuel González de Molina, graduate of Pablo Olavide University in Seville with a PhD in Contemporary (…)
24 February 2017Talks Political Regime, Taxation and Management of Solidarity Economy Enterprises
Lecture by Íñigo Bandres, an expert on non-profit organisation management with a BS in Economics.
10 MarchTalks Agroecology: The Food Challenges of a Planet in Crisis
Since 2014, Hilal Elver has worked to advance the universal right to food and overcome the barriers to the full (…)