Nationalism and China: on the 2015 Milan Expo a special presentation day for AEMN has been organized by Qualitaly.
The theme chosen for the 2015 Milan Universal Exposition was Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. It embraced technology, innovation, culture, traditions and creativity and how they relate to food and diet. Expo 2015 further developed themes introduced in earlier Expos in the light of new global scenarios and emerging issues, with a principal focus on the right to healthy, secure and sufficient food for all the world’s inhabitants.
The concerns of many futurologists about the quality of food in the years to come are compounded by forecasts of increasing uncertainties regarding the quantities of food that will be available globally. These concerns, expressed early on in studies by MIT for the Club of Rome, were largely ignored at a time when it appeared that increases in resource availability would outstrip increases in consumption; however, the rapid depletion of agricultural surpluses has clearly manifested the urgency of the problem of how to Feed the Planet and prevent hunger.
European nationalism in relation with China
Nowadays in Europe, the nationalism is about to be redefined, the new model building process requires broad investigation from the native European samples to worldwide solutions. Among them, one of the oldest nation, China has valuable methods to pay attention to.
Qalitaly – Massimilano Panero