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Associazione culturale per la salvaguardia del creato – Onlus

20 Oct 2014
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CONCLUSIONS (Andrea Masullo, president of the Greenaccord Scientific Committee) The figures provided by the speakers at the Forum seem to portrait a world with plenty of problems but capable of solving them. It seems that things are not going so badly. Reading figures that are well organised into graphs and tables can be very reassuring for experts, scientists and journalists as well. Hearing that the UN efforts to eradicate hunger and poverty are producing some results despite problems and delays can also be very comforting. We have learned that in

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After four days of talks and discussions focused on the interrelated problems of malnutrition, world environmental crisis and wealth gap, the XI Greenaccord International Media Forum for the Protection of Nature comes to an end. Andrea Masullo, president of Greenaccord Scientific Committee, concludes:  “If we impoverish biosphere, we will be poorer too. If we destroy it, we will also be destroyed.” Naples, 11 October 2014 –  “The link between population increase, loss of natural resources due to consumption rates that exceed the ecosystem’s regenerative capacity, damage to croplands fertility through

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Naples, 8-11 ottobre 2014 Suor Orsola Benincasa University The concern of Italian farmers at Greenaccord Forum Coldiretti, leading farmers’ association and partner of the International Media Forum for the Protection of Nature, highlights the danger behind widespread use of genetic modified organisms. And invokes Europe’s precautionary principle. To safeguard the diversity and the quality of the ‘made in Italy’ products. Naples, 11 October 2014 – “Since the 1990s, crops have lost 75% of their genetic diversity. The real problem is to stop this decline and distribute food production and consumption

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Napoli, 8-11 ottobre 2014 Suor Orsola Benincasa University The watchword is moderation:  there is no fighting against waste without a change in lifestyle The relationship between intangible heritage and the transformation of food production models was the theme of the round table held at the International Media Forum for the Protection of Nature organised by Greenaccord Onlus. A universal theme that captivated more than 100 journalists from all over the world. Napoli, 11 Ottobre 2014 – Talking about intangible heritage at an international event dedicated to the fight against hunger and

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‘Zero-waste model’ is a project launched by Caritas Naples in partership with Ambiente solidale, a non-profit organisation, the City of Naples and the local agency for environmental services. The goal: to feed the poor by collecting surplus food from retailers and sell used clothes to finance the project. Five thousand people assisted every day. Naples, 9 October 2014 Not only reflections on agriculture systems worldwide, on the problems of the present development model, on the risks deriving from the loss of biodiversity and the advantages of safeguarding ecosystem services. The

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Dear journalists, in order to introduce European journalists with agri tourism in continental eastern Croatia, strengthening the public interests about the types of non-mass tourism, which aims to preserve the natural and cultural heritage of the local community, Croatian Environment Press Centre organize  3-day working First Forum of journalists from EU region who are interest to write on topics of rural tourism and agri tourism. The Forum will be organize in September, and will consist of educational and “press tours” in agri tourism sites in Slavonia and Baranja. Framework plan

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