Global Farm to cover 600 metres at Expo

Pavilion project designed by architect Enzo Eusebi ANSA - A 600-square-metre plot of land was officially assigned for the construction of a project called "Global Farm 2.0" at...

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Pavilion project designed by architect Enzo Eusebi

ANSA – A 600-square-metre plot of land was officially assigned for the construction of a project called “Global Farm 2.0” at Milan’s Expo 2015, a joint effort of the World Association of Agronomists (WAA) and the Council of the National Order of Doctors of Agronomy and Doctors of Forestry (CONAF).
At the signing for the handover of the land, CONAF President Andrea Sisti said the project will develop socially responsible, sustainable and lasting models for food production.
The project’s pavilion, which will be located in the North East 12 area of Expo, was designed by architect Enzo Eusebi, and will cover an area of 350 square metres.
The Global Farm project aims to showcase the role of agronomists in building a sustainable web of common rules for world nutrition, where various factors of production come into contact with differences in local territories.
The WAA is made up of 44 international associations and 350,000 professionals in the field from around the world.