Partnership for International Development: Finland–Argentina Conference on Circular Economy and Bioeconomy with Emphasis on Food Sovereignty and Sustainability

Dele Raheem, Arnaldo T. Soltermann, Laura Virginia Tamiozzo, Ariel Cogo, Leena Faven, Noor Punam, Claudio Sarmiento, Egidija Rainosalo, Franco Picco, Federico Morla, Armando Nilson, Anna Stammler-Gossmann

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Abstract

A joint collaboration between the Cuarto region of Argentina championed by the National University of Rio Cuarto and the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland, Finland organised a conference on several topics that are related to food sovereignty, sustainability, circular economy and bioeconomy. The efficient utilisation of natural resources in both regions is an important theme in meeting the sustainable development goals agenda. Hence, this partnership between the partner institutions will lead to the cocreation of knowledge. The topics were multidisciplinary, and the discussion focussed on research and teaching opportunities for institutions in both countries. The experts from both countries will continue to engage on the possibility of promoting the research agenda in these important areas.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1773
JournalInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Volume19
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2022
MoEC publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Keywords

  • circular bioeconomy
  • social–regional development
  • law
  • natural products
  • food security
  • social goods
  • cooperative capital
  • Social–regional development
  • Law
  • Circular bioeconomy
  • Social goods
  • Cooperative capital
  • Natural products
  • Food security
  • Digital technology

Field of science

  • Law
  • Food science

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