Known as Nam Lolwe, Nalubaale or Nyanza by the people who live around it, the largest lake in Africa is more commonly called Lake Victoria, a lasting echo of British colonial toponymy. Nowadays, a new form of colonialism casts a […]
Today in Genoa, Italy, Slow Food and the Region of Liguria presented the ninth edition of Slow Fish—the international event dedicated to sustainable seafood and marine ecosystems —which will be held in Genoa’s Porto Antico, Italy, from May 9 to 12, 2019.
Slow Fish 2019. The ninth edition of the event, entitled “The Sea: A Common Good,” aims at highlighting the good practices that we can follow in order to take care of this shared resource.