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“STRANGE bedfellows these Slow Fooders” this odd combination of pleasure and politics has inspired the movement and still seems pretty durable says journalist Richard Swift in the latest “New Internationalist”. Swift also reports on the many aspect levitra generic s of Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre last year. Read […]
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APART from addressing food waste, Freegans are often called ‘dumpster divers’ they also include in their activities co-operative living, squatting and ‘freecyling’ or matching things that people want to get rid of with things other people need. Tristram Stuart, campaigner against food waste, author of Waste, Uncovering the Global Food […]
SLOW Food international president and founder Carlo Petrini encouraged Australians to create ‘a new biodiversity’ during his Sydney Opera House presentation on 18 Oct 2009. The charismatic Italian – a former radio journalist – said that while Europeans had to defend historical biodiversity, Australians had to create a diverse food […]
FORA.tv video presentation of the filming of Building a Slow Food Nation includes Carlo Petrini’s parable on differing views of heaven and hell. This panel disscussion includes the wisdom of Wendell Berry, Vandana Shiva, Michael Pollan, Eric Schlosser, Alice Waters, Carlo Petrini and moderated by Corby Kummer.
THE 7:30 Report, ABC Television current affairs programme, centred a story on Slow Food around the visit by Slow Food international president and founder Carlo Petrini to Australia in October. Petrini visited Perth and Sydney, to the latter as a guest of the Sydney International Food Festival. Tracey Bowden interviewed […]
MATT Cawood reports in the Rural Press 23 October 2009 Carlo Petrini’s views on how the law is slowly killing our food.
SLOW Food international president and founder Carlo Petrini this week launched a collaborative project between children’s environment awareness organisation Millennium Kids and Slow Food Perth to build children’s awareness of food production and indigenous food culture.
CARLO Petrini, Slow Food founder and international president, will deliver a free public lecture at the University of Western Australia on Wed 14 Oct 2009 as a highlight of his first visit to Perth. It will be hosted by UWA Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences professor Willy Erskine. Petrini, […]