15-16 October 2021
The event dedicated to the SHARE (Sustainability Health and AgRicolturE) project aims at demonstrating that the agrifood model of the Emilia-Romagna Region adopts innovative solutions from farm to fork.
The project, based on the educational offer proposed by the universities and on the innovative research in the agrifood field of the universities involved in the project, has the primary objective of strengthening the image of the Emilia-Romagna Region as an international center of scientific and technological research in a context like Expo.
During the two days in the Italy Pavilion, representatives from the Universities will demonstrate that the agrifood model of the Emilia-Romagna Region adopts innovative solutions to make the whole supply chain “from farm to fork”, that is: sustainable from a production, economic and environmental point of view; resilient to climate change, while preserving the quality and gastronomic tradition; attentive to the improvement of nutritional aspects related to health; highly innovative in all processes.
The main expected result is the strengthening of the image of the Region as an international center of scientific and technological research.
The project is therefore aimed at both students, academic staff and researchers, the wider public of citizens and visitors, but also local and international entrepreneurs and professionals in the agrifood sector who will visit EXPO Dubai. The method of implementation, based mainly on videos, will make the contents accessible to all, so that the promotion of the Emilia-Romagna regional system in the agrifood sector has the maximum diffusion.
The event takes place in conjunction with the World Food Day and the Conference on the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition at the Anfiteatro of the Italy Pavilion.
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Italy Pavilion - Academy
University of Parma
Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, University of Ferrara, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, ART-ER, Emilia-Romagna Region
15-16 October 2021
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