Italy Beckons West Australian Indigenous Youth in Cultural Food Exchange

A love of bush food and their country unites West Australian indigenous youths Johnnice Divilli (22) and Peter Roe (17) who will leave their remote Kimberley communities in September and travel to the vivid heart of European gastronomy for the world’s greatest cultural food event.


John Thackara: Using Social Connections for Food for Change

Change is already happening, but we need better connections between places, communities, and nature. Creating these connections is a design opportunity. And a final takeaway: let us focus on the social. People have shared resources to take care of the land, and support each other in times of difficulty, Throughout history, We can do so again.

The Women at Terra Madre

The relationship between women, land, and food can and should be seen according to a more free and innovative vision than the dominant one, often the result of a misogynist approach. But what are the numbers of women's work in the food supply chain? As well as women's participation in Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2018

Food For Change, A New Agricultural Model – John Ikerd

John Ikerd is a professor emeritus of Agricultural & Applied Economics at the University of Missouri, he focuses on economic and sustainable agricultural studies. This Terra Madre Salone del Gusto he will present at the conference Just Profit or Sustainability? Comparing Models for the Economy of Tomorrow, alongside the journalist Barry Lynn to speak about an alternative development model based on sustainable farms.

Good and Natural Salumi

Dedicating time at Terra Madre Salone del Gusto to discuss the idea of natural, and how it pertains to Salami production.


Slow Travels to Terra Madre Salone del Gusto- SFYN

How do all these people get to Terra Madre Salone del Gusto? This year Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN) is giving particular attention to everyone’s journey to Terra Madre. Traveling towards our goal can be an enriching moment and an exciting period of preparation for the big event that we are all looking for. Moreover, the Slow Food Youth shows a special care for the environment and sustainability. This is highlighted, for instance, with the travel choices and the considerations made by the network members.

Sunita Narain and Climate Change

Presenting at Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, Sunita Narain, of the ONG Centre for Science and Environment New Delhi, speaks about Climate Change, current situation and the future. More than ever this crisis of climate change has become clear in India with the recent flooding in Kerala, with monsoons bringing 37% excess rainfall, leaving over 350 dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.