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SPREADING THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET THROUGH TERRITORIALISED FOOD SYSTEMS

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    Environment, Farming, Food, Governance, Health, Local
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« Summary: The food insecurity concerns that characterise the Mediterranean region result from a polysemous crisis that is aggravated by ongoing climate change and the spread of the agro-industrial process of production and consumption. This worrying situation demands a paradigm shift that could be based on the redemption of the Mediterranean diet and the development of territorialised food systems that mobilise the proximity of three places. »

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  • Coordination of actions Environment Farming and food Territorial development
Territorialised Food Systems in the Mediterranean - Initiatives for responsible and sustainable food production

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Resolis Journal (2016-07-01) Territorialised Food Systems in the Mediterranean - Initiatives for responsible and sustainable food production

FOOD SECURITY, CLIMATE CHANGE, DEMOGRAPHY, BIODIVERSITY, AGROECOLOGY, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY, GOVERNANCE

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