Slow Food Slow Food Donate Slow Food Join Us

Per saperne di più   |   Attualità


English - Français - Italiano - Español - Deutsch


Slow Fish - Le poisson bon, propre et juste




Sustainability for sale

Sustainability as a sales argument is something that we're getting more and more used to. Yet, there is a world of complexity behind the word "sustainable", which by nature contains the concept of diversity and non-universality. 



Il nostro pianeta visto dall'acqua

A Terra Madre Salone del Gusto Slow Fish vi accompagnerà in un viaggio sopra e sotto il pelo dell'acqua, alla scoperta di soluzioni per riconnettersi con le vie d'acqua e costruire un futuro sano per il mondo acquatico.



Winds of Change

As the rate and unpredictability of ecological change continues to intensify, fishers who spend every day of every year engaging closely with the marine environment will be the first to notice and to feel the effects



Day in the Life of a New England Groundfish Fisherman

By telling us about his experience on Capt. Tim Rider's boat, Colles Stowell combines an outsider's view looking in, as well as the fishermen's, to sharpen the focus on why scale, stewardship and buying local, really matters



"Working at the Speed of Trust."

The importance of trust outweights the importance of working fast, according to our partner in the USA, Niaz Dorry, coordinating Director of NAMA. Here's why...



Chiloè Calling

La tragedia ecologica che ha colpito le comunità costiere del Cile impone una riflessione sul nostro ruolo ambientale e le responsabilità che ne derivano.



Per un equo accesso alle quote di pesca. La pesca è un bene comune!

Firma la petizione!



Okanagan Nation clears final barrier in bringing home salmon to Okanagan Lake

Syilx peoples' successful efforts to bring sockeye salmon back to the Okanagan will celebrate with cerimonial fry releases.




Help Terra Madre Communities in Ecuador

Saturday, April 16, Ecuador shook at a magnitude of 7.8, leaving, so far, more than 580 people dead, 8,000 injured and thousands of people, homeless, waterless, foodless, with insufficient supplies and government help reaching them too late or not at all...



Report Slow Fish: catene di valore, privatizzazione dei mari e movimenti legati al cibo

Lo scorso marzo David Beriss (Università di New Orleans) ha partecipato all'evento organizzato da Slow Food New Orleans, Slow Fish 2016: Gateway to the Americas. Condividiamo le sue impressioni sull'evento, precedentemente pubblicate su Food Anthropology.



Slow Fish goes to college!

Hooking the next generation:the Slow Fish USA network's experiences in stimulating student and University interest on fishery and ocean issues.



The Telltale Cod

Chef Evan Mallets, of New Hampshire, believes every community on our planet needs to wake up to a seafood crisis. Here's why...



Response to the Quick Guide to Aquaculture

Magnus Johnson and John Volpe criticize the one-sided view developed in Lucas’ overly positive paper on aquaculture, reminding us that industrial-scale use of chemicals, waste products and lack of regulatory oversight undermine both environmental and human health.



Le palme di Kerkennah, un barometro per il cambiamento climatico?

Kerkennah è un piccolo arcipelago tunisino composto da dieci isole pianeggianti; due di queste sono abitate da circa 15000 persone, nel golfo di Gabès, al largo di Sfax...



Tampering with our Future

Anne Mosness is a long-time commercial fisherwoman, a Food and Society Policy Fellow, a relentless advocate for wild salmon. Here's her analysis of the recent approval of GE Salmon by the FDA.


157 Resultati trovati 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » »»
Slow Fish | Partners Lighthouse Foundation. Fondazione Slow Food per la Biodiversità ONLUS

Slow Food - P.IVA 91008360041 - All rights reserved

Powered by Blulab