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2013/What resources_Full program

Inaugural conference
Jean Viard, sociologist, CNRS-Cevipof/Sciences Po, “Cities everywhere?”

Session 1 - Resources: shortages, flows, impacts
Sébastien Treyer, Program Director, Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations, Session Chair

Sabine Barles, urban planner, Université Paris I, “Concepts of urban metabolism and food footprint”

Nicole Darmon, nutritionist, Aix-Marseille Université, “The carbon impact of different diets”

Session 2 - Cities-countryside: competition between uses of resources?
Pierre Donadieu, agronomist-geographer, National School of Landscape Architecture Versailles-Marseille, Session Chair

Sheikh Oumar Ba, socio-anthropologist, executive director of the Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale (IPAR), Senegal, “Rural exodus and migration against rural employment?”

Sara Fernandez, agronomist, Institute for Research and Innovation in Society/School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, “Water and conflicts of use”

Session 3 - Innovative experiments
Julien Custot, FAO, expert-facilitator of the Food for the Cities program, Session Chair

Harriet Friedmann, geographer-planner, Toronto University, member of the Toronto Food Policy Council, Canada, “The food system of the greater Toronto area: a pioneer of sustainability”

Jess Halliday, Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London, “A common framework between multiple experiences?”

Didier Depierre, head of the research and forecasting department, Ports de Paris, “Reinvesting in the quays of Paris to transport foodstuffs”

Conclusion
Javier Sanz-Cañada, director of research at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, CSIC (Madrid), SYAL and Unitwin network