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Many traditional medical plants are also edible!

Many traditional medical plants are also edible!

Our member Dr. Ina Säumel published a study about traditional medicinal plants in South Tyrol in the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine: “Worldwide mountain regions are recognized as hotspots of ethnopharmacologically relevant species diversity. In South Tyrol...

Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio) is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio) is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

We are pleased to introduce to you the cooperative Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio), which is part of the Edible Cities Network. Alivio is a cooperative start-up with a unique and own technology that can convert agro-residues (e.g. husks, shells, parchments) currently...

EdiCitNet meets Slow Food

EdiCitNet meets Slow Food

Last Saturday, our member Thomas Wachtel presented the EdiCitNet project at the autumn meeting of the Slow Food movement with around 60 participants from the regional Slow Food working groups. In the online meeting, future possibilities of cooperation between...

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a paradigm shift towards re-use oriented, cross-sectoral management of resources in cities.

 

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Foster
social cohesion to enhance human health and well-being.

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Improve
multifunctionality, sustainability and overall ecosystem services of urban infrastructure.

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growth in local green economy, creating new sustainable businesses & jobs.

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people, cities, SMEs, NGOs, researcher and ECS initiatives.

EdiCitNet Tweets

Many traditional medicinal #plants are also #edible: The results of a #study in south tyrol by our member Dr. Ina Säumel revealed a strong association between #food and medicinal uses of the plants. Find the study here: https://t.co/KfYMYU9PC2

#edibleplants #ethnobiology

Are food commons the next innovation pathway for urban food policies?
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@LetsFoodCities @FoodPlacesUK @ruaf @foodtank @IPESfood @EATforum @JoseLViveroPol @DeSchutterO @ferrandotom @foodplatform @edicitnet #urbanfoodscience #foodsecurity #sustainablefood

Urban meadows save our #nature from harmful pesticides and fertilisers 🌼🌿 Maintaining meadows instead of lawns is not only cheaper, but also easier for #cities!

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