Geostrategic magazine

Il Mediterraneo e catene del valore di produzione alimentare sostenibili e resilienti

Dall’analisi di Saloi El Yamani e Sabrine Emran, Policy Center for the New South.  In a global context shaped by a three-dimensional crisis: the Covid-19 crisis, the climate change crisis, and the Russia-Ukraine war, the issues of connectivity, value chains, and the green transition are at the heart of the current policy debates all over the globe. In this regard, the Policy Center for the New South has organized, jointly with the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), a conference on November 2nd, 2022, under the theme “Connectivity, Value Chains, and the Green Transition: Promoting Multilateralism and Sustainable Growth Across the Shared Mediterranean Space”. The first panel of the conference was dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the paper of Professor Michael Tanchum entitled “The Food-Energy Nexus in the Western Mediterranean: Opportunities and Challenges for Creating Sustainable and Resilient Food Production Value Chains”.

Mediterranean Value Chains: between leveraging on the intra-regional growth opportunities and promoting the development (