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The Real Cost of a Steak

Sustainability / Stefano Carnazzi

Currently about 1.3 billion cattle populate the earth and graze on about a quarter of the arable land on the planet.

Six months of #expopeople. The best shots of people at Expo Milano 2015

Lifestyle / Amedeo Novelli

Six months of the Universal Exhibition, millions more visitors than expected, 150 countries and Pavilions designed by the best architects in the world….foods galore, exhibitions galore, events galore. #expopeople has gathered within this unique setting, a smile a day. Here is a hand-picked selection.

The other half of the Planet. The challenges, messages and proposals from the Women's Weeks

Economia / Redazione Expo 2015

The Women's Weeks were two intense, constructive and exciting weeks at Expo Milano 2015. Strong messages, clear proposals and concrete testimonies were given by the women and men who participated in over 50 international events, debates, concerts, readings and performances. Here is the story in words and pictures of what took place between June 29 to July 10 and the significance of this great legacy for the future.

Joanne Harris. Observing how people eat is a way of learning much about their personality.

Culture / Fabrizia Villa

The author of “Chocolat” tells us how important food and stories are for building a dialogue between different cultures. The English novelist is one of the 104 women writers to have contributed to “Novel of the World” a choral piece of work written in 28 different languages for WE-Women for Expo and dedicated to the nourishment of the body and soul.

Food and lifestyle. How new trends such as home production and the quest for excellence define who we are

Lifestyle / Cinzia Figus

Respect for the Earth and rediscovering quality foods. These are some of the new habits identified and explored during the Universal Exhibition in Milan and which point to a growing awareness of the Earth among people.

Thank you, Italy, for generously hosting FAO since 1951

Culture / José Graziano da Silva

A great welcome to you, here today to commemorate with us the birth of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – FAO. We were born in Quebec, on 16 October 1945.

Food for the soul: culture in Expo Milano 2015

Culture / Silvia Passini

Expo Milano 2015 is centered on the theme of nourishment: but reflections and discussions on food for the body, and the challenges facing mankind in ensuring healthy, secure and sufficient nutrition now and in the near future cannot be totally separated from nourishment for the soul, the food that feeds our thoughts, desires and sensibility.

William Peduto. Pittsburgh is reborn, thanks to innovation

Innovation / Giorgio Zerbinati

William Peduto is the mayor of Pittsburgh and his administration is an example of social innovation and planning. A guest Innovation Forum of the USA Pavilion at Expo 2015, he was interviewed by Exponet, the official magazine of the Universal Exposition.

5by20: Coca-Cola helping 5 million women in Developing Nations to run their own businesses by 2020

Economy / Redazione Expo 2015

The Coca-Cola project to support female empowerment in Developing Nations. Coca-Cola is the Official Soft Drink Partner of Expo Milano 2015.

Claudio Descalzi. The force of integration and cooperation in Africa

Sustainability / Simone Molteni

The CEO of the ENI energy giant explains in this interview the value of the company’s work in Africa. He underlines that “anyone playing an important role in this continent must think not only of taking, but also of giving. That way, growth happens more quickly. ENI’s contribution has been to find gas for using in a domestic context: is it strategically crucial to invest the country’s resources within the country too.”

Over a million people are already #FoodConscious. What about you?

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