THE SLOW FOOD GLOBAL EXPERIENCE: High-quality products for cultural preservation and local development
February 8th 2017, 12:00 2:00 PM – Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies- 1717 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20036
The event took place at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (1717 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20036) -The Berstein Offit Building (BOB) Room 500 on February 8th from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.Join the conversation! The Executive Director of Slow Food USA, Richard McCarthy together with Slow Food representatives and World Bank experts talked about the future of food sustainability, biodiversity and local development. Through the comparison of the Italian, American, Swiss and Tunisian experience, they discussed how cooperation could be essential in terms of agricultural development and community preservation. Participants also had the opportunity to learn more about Ark of Taste, Terra Madre and Presidia. It has been an inspiring and memorable event!
In case you missed the conference, watch the live video on www.facebook.com/usitalyforum