If food is purely dealt with as a consumable we grow apathy and irresponsibility towards our health and our environment. We leave the responsibility to commercial institutions that industrialized food at the expense of our planet. During the online FRE2SH and OSFD Odyssey we open the dialogue about citizen’s engagement into regenerative food initiatives, not just commercially but also as a shared responsibility. Join us on Thursday January 26th at 16.00 CET via zoom. Please register here.
The importance of citizen’s engagement in regenerative local food projects
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