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Vicente Loscertales. Expo Milano 2015’s recipe for happiness

Editorial / Stefano Carnazzi - Silvia Passini

Millions of visitors, the joy on people's faces on the Decumano and in the Pavilions over the last six months have given the Universal Exhibition added vitality. The Secretary-General of the Bureau International des Expositions explains what he considers to be the ingredients that have made Expo Milano 2015 such a success.

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.

Chef Wan. That’s how I find that food makes people happy

Taste / Stefano Carnazzi

Chef Wan is a household name in Asia with more than 20 years of experience in the industry and known for his flamboyant sense of style. His talents range from chef, author and actor to TV host and publisher. Here in Expo Milano 2015 he talks about food, spices, tourism and happiness… in Malaysia.

Antonio Boselli. Cisgenesis can help small farmers and typical products

Innovation / Giorgio Zerbinati

Antonio Boselli is the President of the farmers’ association Confagricoltura in Milan, Lodi, and Monza-Brianza, and an expert in biotechnology applied to agriculture. A speaker at a conference focused on GMOs, held by the CNR (National Research Council) in Expo Milano 2015, he was interviewed by ExpoNet, the official magazine of the Universal Exposition.

Josette Lewis. New technologies will give more weight to every drop of water

Innovation / Emanuela Taverna

Sensors, big data, and smartphones: all of these will radically change the way food is produced. With scalable solutions for small farmers and huge industrial farms. The demand on resources is becoming too pressing: we have to optimize them.

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.

Marco Gualtieri. Technology can help us tackle the challenges of Expo Milano 2015

Innovation / Emanuela Taverna

Innovative technologies can help us to reduce waste, support small farmers, and eat food which is healthier, more sustainable and available to everyone. At the Universal Exposition, many young innovators have proposed promising solutions. Has the era of the Internet of Food arrived?

Orange Fiber. In Sicily, oranges are fashionable

Innovation / Michele Sechi Gatta

They use byproducts from the Italian citrus fruit industry to create sustainable fabrics, which are changing the face of fashion. Adriana and Enrica aim to contribute to the creation of a sustainable market. And their ability has garnered multiple recognitions.

Sebastião Salgado. The power of the Planet and the people who work the earth with their hands

Culture / Silvia Passini

The great Brazilian photographer doesn’t consider coffee simply as a product, but as an interweaving of stories: stories of the people who have grown it, stories of the hands which have worked the earth and the expressions on the faces in the plantations. Sebastião Salgado tells these stories in the Coffee Cluster at Expo Milano 2015 together with Illy.

Horacio Salinas of Inti Illimani. The Excitement of Returning to Italy from a Free Chile

Culture / Emanuela Taverna

The times change, but music has never lost its power to mobilize our consciences to just causes. The leader of the musical group Inti Illimani Histórico speaks with us, before holding a concert at Expo Milano 2015 on September 29 to celebrate the National Day of his country.

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