Så simpelt kan det siges, hvis du spørger den kommende generation i den danske Krogårdskoles 7.C. Klassen har netop vundet første runde i Den Store Nordiske Klimaduel; en læringsbaseret duel for 12-14-årige i hele Norden, som handler om at spare på energi og lære om nutidens klimaudfordringer.
Our goal is to create a contemporary interpretation of the Norwegian village by creating a unique, sustainable and modern society situated on the seashore, in tune with the world of today and the world of tomorrow - a micro-city.
Mat-pedagog kan bli ett nytt allmänt begrepp för kockar i skolor. För en skolkock idag handlar det inte bara om att laga mat. Kanske kan man t.o.m. säga att maten kommer i andra hand och pedagogiken i första. Finns pedagogiken med kan man intressera barnen och få dem att äta allt som serveras och även våga smaka på nya saker.
Our vision corresponds to the overall global tendency of social awareness. At the same time, the interaction between creative industries allows gastronomy to benefit from fascinating game changing inventions. We want new social space to be the platform of visionary expression, to find new way of sharing and consuming food.
Let’s celebrate knowledges. You maximize impacts when working together across disciplines. Demand more from food and it will give you more. We would like to encourage people from farm to table to pose new questions around food when looking at it. Collaborate on interdisciplinary projects and contribute your skills outside of its realm from time to time!
I want to see the end of the gastronomic cultural revolution fought exclusively from the kitchens and with the dinner-plate as its battleground. Instead I want to see the beginning of the people’s culinary revolution fought solely with the art of generosity, tearing down any division that keeps us from each other and prevents us from eating together.
New Nordic Food has now been established as a way of thinking through out the Nordic Countries. The movement has during the past years been fuelling the development of more sustainable, healthy ways to produce and consume food.
A number of networks have been set up and projects launched in the two years since the European Commission appointed the Nordic Council of Ministers as Horizontal Action Leader for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. A new three-year plan for the work was presented and discussed at a conference in Warsaw 4–5 March.