The AML multipurpose room will host the "anticipatory governance" workshop on Wednesday, November 8, starting at 9:30 a.m., as part of the development of the Strategy for Food Transition in the Lisbon metropolitan area.
The methodology of the session will be of the 'World Café' type, through which three themes will be explored: economic governance, political governance and knowledge governance.
The work will be organized into three groups, led by a moderator and two note-takers for each group, according to a common matrix for the discussion of the three governance themes.
See the program here.
Strategy for Food Transition in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area
The strategy will be the starting point for a metropolitan food policy, which will include measures that, as a whole, will help to establish a sustainable and resilient food system, capable of generating business models and contributing to the physical, environmental and social health and well-being of the region's population.
It is being developed by the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and the Lisbon and Tagus Valley Regional Coordination and Development Commission, with the collaboration of the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon,