A Sustainable Space

03.30.2016
At the far east of the Decumano—the mile-long path that cuts across the Expo site from east to west—next to the Mediterranean Hill planted with figs, citrus and olives, you’ll find the Slow Food space. Just a few steps from one of the main entrances, the area covers a 3,300-square-meter triangle.
Slow Food’s message at Expo 2015 is that feeding the planet with good, clean and fair food for everyone is possible, if we start with biodiversity. Slow Food aims to show that there is a way to feed the planet without exploiting the world’s resources.