Existing food nutrition security data, knowledge, and tools for agri-food sciences are fragmented, lack critical mass, and access is unevenly distributed. This means FNS data are not readily found, accessible, interoperable, or reusable (FAIR), and existing services focus on clinical, molecular, and biological sciences.
From new infectious pathogens like SARS-CoV-2, to antimicrobial resistance and the role of microbes in climate change, to agriculture and food microbiology, and synthetic and applied microbiology – international experts will gather for World Microbe Forum to examine, discuss and envision solutions that science can offer to solve some of the gravest concerns confronting us today.
Europe is waking up to the transformative power of food in all areas of life - social, economic and environmental. Cities are at the heart of food system transformation. They play a critical strategic role in boosting food circularity. Global food systems are pivotal for population growth, urbanisation and economic development.
Nell'ambito dell'Italian Research Day in Japan 2021, l'ENEA partecipa al webinar organizzato il 25 giugno dall'Ambasciata italiana a Tokyo con un intervento dal titolo "In-situ CO2 monitoring in different domains: the integrated atmospheric-oceanographic climate observatory at Lampedusa”.
Per l'ENEA partecipano Maria Vittoria Struglia e Ernesto Napolitano
Ernesto Napolitano dell'ENEA parlerà di "Esempi di sfruttamento degli open data per la pianificazione dello spazio marittimo e l’ambiente di mare profondo".
Il 9 giugno ENEA organizza il workshop finale dei Progetti Bilaterali Italia-Messico, sostenuti dal Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale e dal CONACYT (2014-2020).
The food we eat and the way we produce it impact both planetary and human health. Agriculture accounts for 70% of all freshwater use, contributes to more than a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, and is a major driver of biodiversity loss.
The 2nd BLUE DEAL Transferring Lab will be held in hybrid mode with online and on-site presentations from 18-21 May 2021. The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb (UNIZAG FSB) and the BLUE DEAL partnership, in collaboration with the Split-Dalmatia County, organise the hybrid Lab focusing on the county area.
The Green Growth community remains devoted to promoting green growth in the Mediterranean region, this time in the area of Balkan peninsula. Therefore, we invite you to participate in the webinar Let’s get concrete about Green Growth and Circular economy in the Balkans on Thursday 03 June 2021 at 09:00am CET, organized by Center for Energy, Environment and Resources – CENER 21.