The 7th Slow Food International Congress, to be held in the Chinese city of Chengdu from September 29 to October 1 this year, will bring together a large number of delegates representing the whole world: a total of 400 food activists, hailing from 90 countries.
Among the central themes this year will be the challenge of climate change: agriculture and food production represent one of the main causes of climate change, but Slow Food believes they can also become one of its solutions. China is crucial to the world's food system and can play a decisive role in tackling this global challenge.
In order to "walk the talk", Slow Food has chosen South Pole Group as the climate neutrality partner of this event.
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