The predictions for the future that science and the media paint are increasingly worrying, if not catastrophic. Yet there are lots of examples from recent times of concrete solutions to some of the problems we face with agriculture, energy, the economy, education and politics.
One such solution is permaculture as practiced by Charles and Perrine Hervé-Gruyer, while another is agroecology, which is explained here by journalist Marie-Monique Robin, or the struggle against the caste system in India as recounted by Elango Rangaswamy: virtuous model that are able to give us hope and optimism for tomorrow. Winner of the César Award for Best Documentary in 2016.
by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent (France 2015, 118’)
At the end of the screening, a discussion with Pietro Venezia,veterinarian of Vets Without Borders and Gabriele Galli, farmer of the Cornigliese sheep Presidium. Followed by a tasting of natural cheeses and local honeys conducted by Piero Sardo, Presidente of the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity.
In line with current regulations, events at Biodiversity House at Cheese 2021 are reserved exclusively for visitors in possession of a Digital COVID Certificate (also known as a Green Pass). Each event has a maximum attendance of 50 people, and is organized on a first come, first served basis. Arriving at least 15 minutes before the beginning of the event is advised in order to ensure a place.
This event is part of Progetto Cine.
Event languages: IT, EN
Cortile delle scuole Maschili - Bra (Italy)