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Final release of the “Best Practices Market Exploitation Report” includes a more detailed and operational explanation of the possible market approaches, in order to let “Best Sustainable Development Practices” developers to identify whereas a model can be applied to exploit their initiative or can be designed and implemented in the future within their local contexts….

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SET4Food: English edition of the course: coming soon

The 29th September the English special edition of the on line course “Appropriate energy technologies for food utilisation in camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies” will start with a dedicated kick off webinar. The course, targeted to humanitarian actors, is open to everybody and completely free and it is realized…

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A piece about Best Pratices on the italian newspaper “Corriere della Sera”

“Sustainability: to translate words into deeds”. This is the title chosen by “Corriere della Sera” to introduce the Best Sustainable Development Pratices on food security collected with the support of Feeding Knowledge Program.

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Best Practices Award Ceremony

July 6th, 2015: Auditorium of Palazzo Italia in Expo Milano 2015 18 Best Sustainable Development Practices on food security winners will be awarded at the presence of the International Selection Committee, Government Institutions and high Representatives of the Scientific World. The Feeding Knowledge Program, promoted by Expo Milano 2015 and implemented by CIHEAM –Mediterranean Agronomic…

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Online in POK the new MOOC “Managing changes”

The English edition of “Managing Changes” is online on Polimi Open Knowledge. The course is on Politecnico di Milano MOOCs portal and aims at supporting students when they move from university to labour market, developing and training their soft skills. This MOOC lasts 4 weeks and alternates lessons, videos, movie clips, quizzes and Role Plays….

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Feeding Knowledge conversations

“Feeding the knowledge to feed the planet” June 8th-12th, 2015 at “Urban Center”, Comune di Milano, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele 11/12 A photo exhibition will show Best Practices collected through the International Call of EXPO Milano 2015 and will propose the food security thanks to books launches, projects presentations, interviews.

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ECO: 18 sMOOC online!

ECO project (Elearning Communication Open – Data) spring 2015 is rich of events! On March the 30th the MOOC “sMOOC: step by step” was launched! It is a multilanguage course (also in Italian) dedicated to teachers and everyone interested in achieving fundamental knowledge in order to design and develop your own social MOOC (based on…

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ABB TCube3

With the kick off on line meeting the third phase of TCube Project designed by METID for ABB staff was officially opened on 27th January. The initiative aims at continuing the training undertaken in the two previous phases (TCube1 and 2), highlighting their achievements and promoting even further the spread of the innovative approach of…

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ENERGISE

The intensive week training in Kenya and Tanzania, organized in the framework of the ENERGISE project, are enjoying a considerable success! During the weeks, both technical contents and soft skill are transmitted (from renewable energy to technology transfer and new technologies to support didactical activities). All the lessons documents have been shared through the ENERGISE…

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Feeding Knowledge | Best Practices

Were officially announced the winners of the International Call for Best Sustainable Development Practices, developed in the field of Feeding Knowledge: 18 Best Practices were awarded from over 700 entries. The Call, which was launched by Expo 2015 in November 2013, closed on October 31st, 2014. Discover the winners, visiting the Best Practices Section and…

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