Nutrition today:
a Challenge for Mankind and the Planet

Three years since the first edition, the BCFN Foundation has updated Eating Planet. The new edition describes the progress we have made on our journey in terms of the analyses and concrete proposals on the big topics relating to food and nutrition, with significant contributions from a multidisciplinary scientific team, focusing on the role and ideas of young generations, to whom we will leave the Planet.
The BCFN Foundation - Eating Planet for sustainable food
The BCFN Foundation - The second edition of Eating Planet
Published by Edizioni Ambiente with the title “Eating Planet. Food and sustainability: building our future”, the new version puts forward an alternative development model that combines the wellness of humanity with the wellness of the Planet.

Experts and internationally renowned personalities have contributed to this new edition of Eating Planet such as: Pavan Sukhdev, Gianfranco Bologna, Barbara Buchner, Paolo De Castro, Danielle Nierenberg, Paul Roberts, Carlo Petrini, Riccardo Valentini, Hans R. Herren, Tony Allan, Ricardo Uauy, Sara Farnetti, Camillo Ricordi, Gabriele Riccardi, Marion Nestle, Aviva Must, Alexandre Kalache, Shimon Peres, Jamie Oliver, Ellen Gustafson, Michael Heasman, Vandana Shiva.

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The BCFN Foundation – Cover of Eating Planet

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The book is available in Italian book shops, in a selection of international book shops and as an e-book purchasable online.
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Food and sustainability

Careful shopping and a well-ordered pantry to combat food waste

In the wealthiest countries, food waste is particularly serious among consumers who end up throwing away up to 40% of the food they buy, with negative effects for both the environment and their wallets.

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Food and society

Sustainable fashion, clothes for the environment

In an era where speed matters, even fashion has become “fast”. But producing such a large number of garments at knock-down prices comes at the expense of environmental sustainability and the health of those who work in the industry.

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Food and sustainability

World Water Day 2017: new life for wastewater

Every year on 22 March we turn our attention to water, a precious resource. However, it’s also one which can have multiple lives, as shown by the numerous wastewater recycling projects underway around the globe.

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