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EatThis. Future Leaders Week

EatThis. Future Leaders Week For a resilient future of food, we need great future leaders. And now is the time to shape them! That’s why we organized the Future Leaders Week for talented, aspiring leaders from the companies that contribute to the EatThis network. Our 5-day leadership program took place from 4-8 July 2022, and …

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Contributor Events

Contributor Events Around 3 to 4 times a year, contributors to the EatThis. network meet each other, both digitally and physically. EatThis. contributors support the activities and events of the platform financially (annual contribution), but more importantly by sharing knowledge, experiences and bringing forward input and new ideas that are in line with the platform’s vision: let …

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Guggenheim exhibition ‘Countryside, the Future’

Guggenheim exhibition ‘Countryside, the future’ On show in the Guggenheim museum in New York from February 20, 2020 until February 20, 2021 was the unique exhibition ‘Countryside, The Future’. Architect Rem Koolhaas confronted urgent environmental, political, and socioeconomic issues through an architectural and urbanist lens. The exhibition also explores topics such as climate change, migration, …

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Eat This Meet Ups

Eat This Meetups In collaboration with the World Horti Center, in 2020 we have hosted a series of online Meetups about horticulture and the future of healthy and sustainably grown food. During these online sessions visionary food sector players were matched to designers, philosophers, architects and other creatives to inspire, connect and look differently to …

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Eat This in a Box

Eat This in a Box A mobile container-like fresh vegetables production unit that is transportable and can be moved around the globe. Eat This in a box is able to efficiently and sustainably grow tasty food without any connection to the electrical grid and show the benefits of horticultural production to the public at large …

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Countryside returns to the city

Exposition reopens in the Guggenheim Museum in New York.  ‘Countryside, the Future’, the large scale exhibition organized by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas reopened again on October 3. Following this year’s pandemic and political crisis the exhibition strengthens the show’s suggestion that the future of our planet is being decided by decisions being made in …

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