We face a problem of food waste at every step of the consumption line. It is important to ask yourself what can be done about the problem? The discussion in my mind started showing alarm in the last years, I started asking myself a question what can I do as one human? What can be my contribution to resolving this problem?
In times of stress or emotional saturation, our body tends to seek out foods that in the short term seem to calm us down, but in the long term reinforce these feelings of anguish, anxiety or sadness. That is why it is important to be aware of this and eat a balanced diet that helps us to control these moments and deal with them in the best possible way.
The statistics on the amount of food that is currently wasted are very concerning, especially considering that from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been an 82% increase in numbers of starving population.
The following article sums up the results of an interview with Luciana, a member of Prinsessinengarten, a collective that carries out different social activities in green spaces in Berlin and Hamburg. Particular attention is paid to their location in Berlin-Neukölln.
Cittiglio, a small town in the province of Varese, in Italy, is one of the very first few experiences of urban permaculture in the country. Recently, I had the chance to interview one of the people involved in the project.
Urban Gardening, Foodcoops, gemeinschaftlicher Kompost und Schrebergartenkolonien lassen sich mit dem Begriff „food urbanism“ zusammenfassen, der auf der internationalen Food Urbanism Conference in Tartu aus allen möglichen Blickwinkeln diskutiert wurde.
Das Gericht Feuertopf ist in ganz China verbreitet und für die meisten Europäer ein ganz neues Geschmackserlebnis. In meiner Reportage berichte ich darüber, wie begeistert ich von meinem ersten Feuertopf war und was das Gericht so besonders macht.