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01/05/2021

  • Chapter 2. A Change of Route in the Mediterranean, revitalising the ‘Mediterranean Diet’ towards more Sustainable Food Systems: A Cross-disciplinary Approach by Sandro Dernini and Roberto Capone 

 https://zenodo.org/record/4626179#.YI2Xx9UzbIU

26/04/2021

This first SFS-MED independent Food Systems Summit Dialogue aims at advancing a common understanding of the complex environment for improving the sustainability of food systems in the Mediterranean region.

27/11/2020

Updating the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid towards Sustainability: Focus on Environmental Concerns


Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 8758; doi:10.3390/ijerph17238758

 

Lluís Serra-Majem, Laura Tomaino, Sandro Dernini, Elliot M. Berry, Denis Lairon,
Joy Ngo de la Cruz, Anna Bach-Faig, Lorenzo M. Donini,  Francesc-Xavier Medina,
Rekia Belahsen, Suzanne Piscopo, Roberto Capone, Javier Aranceta-Bartrina,
Carlo La Vecchia, and Antonia Trichopoulou

20/01/2019

 

HISTORICAL CONTEXTUALIZATION

2019 Second MD World Conference, Palermo

2003 Second Forum on Mediterranean Food Cultures, Corigliano Calabro 

16/03/2017

AS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE CALL OF ACTION FOR THE REVITALIZATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET

A FAO/CIHEAM workshop, 14-15 March 2017,  CIHEAM-Bari, Valenzano (Bari)
in support of the 10YFP Sustainable Food Systems Programme 

08/03/2017

The new Med Diet 4.0  is as a new comprehensive multidimensional framework for the Mediterranean diet as a sustainable diet with multiplex sustainable benefits and country specific territorial variations.  In the Med Diet 4.0 framework the well-documented health and nutrition mayor benefits of the Mediterranean diet are incorporated with three additional sustainable environmental, socio-cultural and economic benefits: low environmental impacts and rich in biodiversity, high socio-cultural food values,  and positive economic local returns.


Dernini, S., EM Berry EM., Serra-Majem L., La Vecchia C., Capone R., Medina FX., J Aranceta-Bartrina J., Belahsen R., Burlingame B.,  Calabrese G., Corella1 D., Donini LM., Lairon D., Meybeck M., AG Pekcan AG., Piscopo S., Yngve A., and Trichopoulou, A. Med Diet 4.0: the Mediterranean diet with four sustainable benefits” 

Public Health Nutr.Public health nutrition, 2017, 20.7: 1322-1330. 

22/07/2016

THE 2016 CALL FOR ACTION
ON THE REVITALIZATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET
IFMeD First World Congress on the Mediterranean Diet, Milan, 6-8 July 2016