JIPAD 2015

A day jointly organized by Montpellier SupAgro, CIRAD, Agropolis International and the UNESCO Chair in World Food Systems.

Each of the 18 students in the 2014-2015 class of the ISAM-IPAD training program carried out a study of an innovative sustainable food project. The studies were the subject of videos and written summaries presented and discussed on 2 April 2015 in four thematic workshops:

  • Production systems: will today’s alternative be tomorrow’s conventional?
  • Between producers and consumers: towards fairer exchanges?
  • Feeding cities, market solutions
  • Garbage…did you say garbage?

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