After Covid-19, what's the feed tomorrow?

Small habits that will tend to disappear, profound changes in the ways of consuming, emergence of a "Covid Generation"? The health crisis raises the question of tomorrow's new trends in terms of consumption and, in particular, food. Agribashing, mistrust of industrial brands, distrust of retailers, arrival of new players, etc.

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German Green MEPs promote CRISPR and genetic engineering in agriculture

German Green MEPs promote CRISPR and genetic engineering in agriculture

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A group of German Green MEPs supports the use of genetic engineering techniques, which they believe could make a significant contribution to sustainable development. This is a novel approach that runs counter to the position that environmentalists usually take on this subject. In a forum on 10 June, the 22 signatories - who

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Would the bio boom make a splash?

Organic has never been debated and has imposed itself in people's minds and practices as a matter of course. Last June, the Organic Agency, which has been scrutinizing this market for several years, published an impressive number of records. Explosion in the number of organic farms, expansion of the range of crops that have become even more important in the future.

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Food is not a commodity, it is a common good.

Food is not a commodity, it is a common good.

Food has been on the international agenda since the end of World War II. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 proclaims, without ambiguity, in its article 25, the right to food. This right was reiterated and specified in 1966 in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

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When engineers go green

How do we engage students in a career that serves the ecological transition and the common good? This is the challenge revealed by a new kind of partnership, that between an engineering school and a startup that has developed a connected greenhouse to produce its own food. Explanations. More and more

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