Starting point of this paper is to consider the fundamental role of food production to avoid that this sector become a limit to the pursuit of well-being sustainability in a territory. So, it is important that food doesn’t become an issue, but an opportunity for territorial well-being. Producing food through a new approach to “food poverty”, quality, security and nutrition, under the four sustainability conditions (economic, environmental, social and institutional) contributes to implement, in the reference territory, sustainable pathways within globalization. In particular, it is necessary to overcome “conflicts” between environmental issue and food issue. Starting from these considerations, the paper aims to provide a new view by which to approach the well-being sustainability of a territory, stating that circular economy is an efficient, efficacy, ethic and fair strategy to find a balance between environmental and food requirements in local systems.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE AND FOOD ISSUE IN AGENDA 2030: CIRCULAR ECONOMY, AN EFFICIENT, EFFICACY, ETHIC AND FAIR STRATEGY,

Cesaretti G. P.
;
Misso R.
2018

Abstract

Starting point of this paper is to consider the fundamental role of food production to avoid that this sector become a limit to the pursuit of well-being sustainability in a territory. So, it is important that food doesn’t become an issue, but an opportunity for territorial well-being. Producing food through a new approach to “food poverty”, quality, security and nutrition, under the four sustainability conditions (economic, environmental, social and institutional) contributes to implement, in the reference territory, sustainable pathways within globalization. In particular, it is necessary to overcome “conflicts” between environmental issue and food issue. Starting from these considerations, the paper aims to provide a new view by which to approach the well-being sustainability of a territory, stating that circular economy is an efficient, efficacy, ethic and fair strategy to find a balance between environmental and food requirements in local systems.
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