Urban Lab proposes a discussion on some practices implemented in Italy and France
free entry Urban Lab piazza Palazzo di Città 8f Torino at 6pm
For the events of “Cultivons notre jardin” promoted by Institut Français Italia (IFI) in autumn 2018, IFI and Urban Lab (ex Urban Center Metropolitano) propose “Nature in the city”, a series of initiatives dedicated to the relation between nature and the city. The first appointment deals with the link between urban agriculture and food policies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the Agenda 2030. Experimental practices (often with a bottom-up approach), local public policies, geographically variable collaborations between the public and private sectors and the citizens are some of the issues discussed, in the attempt to provide an overview of the projects developed in France and Italy and assess their actual impact on the city economy.
Professor at d’Aix-Marseille Université, town planner and urban agriculture researcher. His researches mainly focus on the relation between nature and the city and the mobilization of nature in urban and landscape architecture projects.
Professor of economic-political geography at Università degli Studi di Torino. He is the author of several publications on environmental policies, urban transformation and conversion of unused industrial areas, local development policies and processes in developed and developing countries. He is also the coordinator of the Atlas of food project (link to the project).
PhD in analysis and governance of sustainable development. She is a researcher in the field of food production and consumption, from the assessment of food system sustainability to the management of natural resources, and a collaborator of Università degli Studi di Torino and Università Cà Foscari Venezia.
Free entry subject to availability of seats.