Every year all round the world a third of the food that is produced is wasted or lost (that’s 1.3 billion tons!); the losses and the waste are equal to 680 billion dollars in industrialized countries, and 310 billion in developing countries. Every single day in Mumbai (India) 4,000 people known as dabbawala deliver 160,000 meals cooked at home by mothers and wives for the city’s workers. There are architects who have designed beehives for the city, and artists who have turned food sharing into an art form; masters of twentieth-century architecture who have planned ideal cities where the urban and the agricultural spaces are integrated, and contemporary studies that have designed fruit and vegetable markets that are transformed into spaces for events. Each day the issues linked to food and nutrition have an impact on people’s “vital space,” starting from the domestic environment and ultimately influencing the planet’s equilibrium . These themes

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