Green Mediterranean

PRIMA MAGAZINE

Green Mediterranean

PRIMA MAGAZINE

It is necessary and urgent that agri-food systems evolve towards more sustainable models from an environmental and social point of view. Greenhouse gases emitted by agricultural production and livestock farming must be drastically reduced, as well as food waste and losses; the soil, natural resources and biodiversity must be respected more decisively; every person must have access to healthy and nutritious food; diets more attentive to individual and collective well-being must spread faster.
People

Evolving into a more sustainable Mediterranean agri-food system

It is necessary and urgent that agri-food systems evolve towards more sustainable models from an environmental and social point of view. Greenhouse gases emitted by agricultural production and livestock farming must be drastically reduced, as well as food waste and losses; the soil, natural resources and biodiversity must be respected more decisively; every person must have access to healthy and nutritious food; diets more attentive to individual and collective well-being must spread faster.

Countries

PRIMA, scientific diplomacy for a more resilient Mediterranean

The innovation and scientific diplomacy program funds projects in the fields of sustainable and integrated water management, farming systems and agro-food value chain.

The foundation, which is financed by the EU and by 19 states from both shores of the Mediterranean, focuses on the Mediterranean diet as a key element to preserve health and the environment.

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