Sistemas Importantes del Patrimonio Agrícola Mundial (SIPAM)
Project meeting, Engaresero Maasai Pastoralist Heritage Area (Tanzania). © FAO/David Boerma.
FAO
The 2nd Dialogue on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) in Europe and Central Asia aims to promote the recognition and awareness-raising among countries on potential GIAHS sites in the region and develop a regional road map for the dynamic conservation of these resilient agricultural systems.  Experts and participants will present already existing advances and potential GIAHS sites in the region.  This meeting will give an opportunity to countries in Europe and...
©Shizuoka WASABI Association for Important Agricultural Heritage Systems Promotion
Con su característico color verde y su sabor intenso y picante, el wasabi (Eutrema japonicum) ha sido muy apreciado en el Japón durante siglos. Existen registros escritos de que los monjes budistas comían “sopa fría de wasabi” ya en el siglo XII. En el siglo XIV empezaron a comer sashimi cubierto con vinagre de wasabi y, a partir de ese momento, el wasabi comenzó a aparecer en las comidas de...
FAO/ GIAHS
Rome. - When academics, stakeholders and decision-makers refer to these three approaches that recognize food systems' value, confusion often arises.    In a joint effort to clarify these concepts, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Slow Food Presidia and the Aichi Gakuin University, Japan joined forces to flesh out the linkages between Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS), Geographical Indications (GI) and Slow Food Presidia.  The technical note highlights each...
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