Actually, students from Spain, Italy and Germany had planned to meet in Turin in autumn 2020 to address the topic of „Sustainable Food Worldwide“ live during a joint visit to the Salon del Gusto, the world’s largest trade fair for sustainable food. But as so often last year, Corona threw a spanner in the works. What a shame!
Now the Italian, Spanish and German participants were tracking down food cultivation and eating habits in faraway countries in front of their screens.
After exchanging ideas throughout the school year, the participants met for three days in a row for an international exchange of ideas.
Thanks to the support of the World University Service (wus), two competent speakers from Cameroon and Colombia enriched our project. On one project day each, they spoke about the importance of sustainable food production and consumption for their home countries.
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