Program

Get to know the program, lectures and speakers
January 26 and 27, São Paulo

Culture /

Biology /

Society /

Jan 26 - Friday

9h00

Opening
Alex Atala and Felipe Ribenboim

9h25

Sociobiodiversity
Conservation and food sovereignty
Jerônimo Villas-Bôas

9h50

The Guardians
The importance of indigenous peoples in preserving agrobiodiversity
Manuela Carneiro da Cunha

10h15

From the Forest to the Table
Since ancestral times knowledge until current applications, a large number of food comes from the forests
Jeferson Straatmann

10h40

The Power of a Choice
The complex social relationship of the food chain and how it affects the whole process, from the producer to the final consumer
Lúcio Brusch

11h05

Coffee Break

11h25

Genetic or Natural?
In what way do different cultivation techniques impact your health?
Rodrigo Corrêa-Oliveira

11h50

The Intelligence of the Forest
How to create plantations understanding the dynamics of nature
Ernst Götsch

12h15

Extreme Agriculture
From deserts to urban areas, understand what solutions the world needs
David Lehrer and Ria Hulsman

13h00

Lunch Break

14h35

Gangsta Gardening
Ron Finley, the man who is revolutionizing California's urban communities
Ron Finley

15h00

Native Biodiversity
Replanting forests in the city
Ricardo Cardim

15h20

Earth, Air an Water
What is the panorama of this important tripod for life on Earth?
Céline Cousteau, Paulina Chamorro and Simone Jones

16h25

Coffee Break

16h45

Food and Nature
How to boost food production without destroying nature?
Rodrigo Medeiros and Maurício Antônio Lopes

17h30

Hunger. Is There a Solution for It?
Get to know the proposals and paths to end world hunger
Isadora Ferreira

Jan 27 - Saturday

09h00

Opening
Alex Atala and Felipe Ribenboim

9h25

Homo culinarius
Understand how the kitchen transformed our evolution, food and culture
Suzana Herculano

09h50

The Power of Transformation
Get to know how Slow Food changes the world
Carlo Petrini

10h15

Can Production and Consumption be Changed?
Tendencies, changes, paradigms, systems, industries and lobbying
Jason Clay and Roberto Rodrigues

11h00

Coffee Break

11h20

The New Order
Have you ever heard of System B? How has it been creating better companies for the world?
Marcel Fukayama

11h45

Young Entrepreneurs
They dropped out of their family businesses to undertake food projects
Alex Seibel, Rafael Coimbra, Pedro Hennel , Luciana Quintão

12h50

Lunch Break

14h30

Innovation that Provokes Change
Understand how fabrics and water filters have been transforming the lives of thousands of people
Jon Rose and Oskar Metsavaht

15h15

A Food Analysis Focused on the Human Being
The analytical view of food under the cultural and representative aspects of a social organization
Mark Emil

15h40

Coffee Break

16h00

Food is Culture
It is essential for the countries to understand food as a cultural element
Luis Ginocchio Balcázar and Rose Mendes

16h45

Nutrition Education
Paths that may lead to a bigger number of people with access to healthy food
Bela Gil

17h10

Wrapping up and signing the agenda
Alex Atala and Felipe Ribenboim