The year 2030 is approaching and we have a big challenge ahead to end hunger, achieve global food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture. We should be using all the...
Storytelling has been out there for a while, but what does it really mean? Is it an impactful tool for communicating important messages and engaging different stakeholders? SIANI Youth and the...
Does this sound like it’s from a sci-fi movie? An empty, underground car park with huge metal cylinder tanks spread throughout. Inside these tanks you can find… lettuce, pak choy, kale, coriander, and even strawberries – in the middle of winter!
After seeing flying cars and energy stored in salt, the focus of the 2017 Stockholm Tech Festival fell upon the future of food.
How can young people receive the support and knowledge they need to innovate and lead the sustainable future? How can youth engage in the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? So, what should we focus on to create conditions that would not only bring youth on board, but also help to fully realize their potential for a sustainable future?
“While the third agricultural revolution boiled down to the effects of a small number of actors focusing on the singular goal of maximizing the yields, I believe the fourth revolution will be the opposite — a huge amount of actors across disciplines will crowdsource multivariable solutions, based on a greater understanding of the emergent phenomena in agricultural systems.”
70 % av jordens befolkning beräknas bo i städer år 2050. Agenda2030 har utvecklats som ett svar på de globala problem och orättvisor som påverkar jordens befolkning och miljön negativt.
SIANI Youth was very active in the month of May starting off with a workshop on Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals, co-organised with SLU Global. In the morning inspirational speakers talked about business opportunities and how to overcome challenges for entrepreneurs in agirculture.
To continue to feed a growing world population, we need to increase global food production. This appears though at odds with a number of seemingly insurmountable environmental and socio-economic...
Youth involvement and empowerment is not about having young people at the workplace fetching ‘drinking water’, but about truly, actively and genuinely involving them in all processes at the workplace.