19-20 June 2018, Cardiff, UK
The deadline for registering to the next Workshop "Towards Sustainable City Region Food Systems: closing the gap between theory and practice" for PhD Students and Young Professionals of AESOP "Sustainable Food Planning" research thematic group is March 20th!
The workshop program, the key-note speakers, the registration form and the short paper template may be downloaded here.
Call for interest: 6th Eating City Summer Campus – July 31st until August 8th 2018
This year the thematic is “Youths & Labor – how and why Food service should be a lever to create job opportunities for the young generation”.
This campus is open to participants aged 22-32 working & studying around food sustainability: Chefs, Gastronomists, Nutritionists, Food Procurement Officers – F&B Buyers, Farmers, Fisherman, Foodies, young professionals… and anyone work or studying around food issues – are invited to share this challenging adventure.
17-21 September 2018, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Food issues have played a decisive role in the international social, political and academic agenda in recent years. The development of new agri-food production technologies adapted to climate impacts, the formation of new supply dynamics to promote interaction between producers and consumers, the excellence in food quality, and the design of sustainable food systems are among the challenges to be faced.
The 4th World Social Science Forum, an event of the International Social Science Council (ISSC), will take place in Fukuoka, Japan, from 25 to 28 September 2018. The theme of WSSF 2018 is “Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures”.
9 - 11 October, 2018. New Forest, UK
Urban Agriculture 2018 is organised by the Wessex Institute, UK and the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. It is sponsored by WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, the International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning and the International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics.
The aim of the Conference is to review and discuss ways in which urban agriculture can contribute to achieve sustainable cities.
6-8 May 2019 Hanover, Germany
Since the advent of the new Millennium, Urban Agriculture has become an important tool for the sustainable planning of cities, thus helping to combat the growing global challenges of urbanization and declining resources. However, it is often forgotten that Urban Agriculture is not a new field, but one with a long established history and tradition. Despite this, in many parts of the World, valuable agricultural heritage is still being neglected and even destroyed, especially in emerging and developing countries.