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Cardiff University Team and members of Terralim SCOP listening to a farmer on a field in Wales
Article

23 May 2024

By: Doriane Guennoc

Cross-fertilization workshop between France and Wales in Carmarthenshire

A cross-fertilization workshop between the UK and France with Cardiff University and Terralim: a a day of sharing and exchange
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Article

02 May 2024

By: Perrine Nouals

ATTER featured in PNAS

The American Academy of Sciences is devoting a special issue of its journal PNAS to the contribution of transition studies to addressing environmental issues, in which ATTER is featured.
People sitting of chairs listening to a woman with a microphone
Article

12 December 2023

By: PC Team

ATTER in force at the 12th Brazilian Congress of Agroecology

ATTER in force at the 12th Brazilian Congress of Agroecology (CBA) Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Agroecologia na boca do povo
Pictures of participants of the forum in front of trees
Article

12 December 2023

By: PCTeam

ATTER in the Food and Territories Forum in Brasil

Discussions on agroecological transitions during the "Food and Territories Forum" in Teresopolis, Brasil.
ATTER Open Conference Collective Statement
Article

23 November 2023

By: ATTER PCT

For a transformative and critical perspective on the territorialisation and ecologisation of territorial agri-food systems

Collective statement by participants at the ATTER Open Conference 2023
Participants of the Autumn School 2023
Article

23 November 2023

By: Patrizia Pugliese (CIHEAM-Bari)

RISE-ATTER Autumn School 2023: One Place, One Tool, Multiple Sides

From 2 to 6 October, CIHEAM Bari hosted the 2023 edition of RISE-ATTER Autumn School, a residential training initiative co-organised with Schola Campesina and LAG Alto Salento 2020, gathering 9 researchers and practitioners from France, Italy, UK and USA.
Poster 3rd Local Food Forum
Article

23 November 2023

By: CL

ATTER at the 3rd Local Food Forum (Ardèche)

The ATTER team participated in the 3rd edition of the Local Food Forum which was held in Mirabel (Ardèche) on October 6, 2023.
Newsletter September 2023
Article

23 November 2023

By: ATTER PCT

ATTER Quarterly | September 2023

Second newsletter of the ATTER network on Agroecological Transitions for Territorial Food Systems
Session on lessons learned from the diversity of local food councils around the world for food democracy
Article

23 November 2023

By: ATTER PCT

A look back at ATTER Open Conference 2023

Open Conference ATTER 2023 was an opportunity for rich exchanges between researchers, institutional and associative actors, the first step in a conversion and mutual enrichment to be continued and brought to life together.
Landscape of Bari, Italy
Article

23 November 2023

By: ATTER PCT

Second RISE-ATTER Autumn School on ‘Agroecology participatory evaluation and its role in territorial food systems transition’

The second RISE-ATTER Autumn School is co-organised and delivered by ATTER Ciheam Team in collaboration with Schola Campesina, LAG Alto Salento 2020 and the coordinating group for ATTER 2023 school edition.
ATTER Open Conference
Article

07 June 2023

By: EB

ATTER Open Conference | 3 juillet - 3 July 2023

The event, that will be held in Rennes (France), 3rd July 2023, will share analysis and lessons learned for agroecological transitions and territorial foodsystems.
Fabienne Barataud's presentation
Article

23 May 2023

By: DM

Cross-fertilisation workshop in Carmarthenshire

A cross-fertilisation workshop was organized on March 17th 2023 around the Carmarthenshire and the Ouest Vosgien cases, with crossed presentations.
Workshop programme
Article

23 May 2023

By: CL/KN

Workshop on new food networks in Brazil

The ATTER workshop “The construction of new food networks: reflections on the role of actors in the democratization of access to quality food” was organised, within Karine Nunes’ (PNRMA) secondment to UFRGS, in Florianopolis, Brazil, by the Federal University of Santa Catarina and INRAE (13rd February 2023).
Group of PhD researchers
Article

23 May 2023

By: BVD (CU)

First ATTER Phd retreat in Bari

During the month of February, 6 PhD researchers from the network were generously hosted by CIHEAM and Alto Salento for the first ATTER PhD retreat.
Article

23 May 2023

By: EB

ATTER Quarterly, our first newsletter is out !

Newsletter of the ATTER network on Agroecological Transitions for Territorial Food Systems
Article

23 May 2023

By: EB

ATTER was at the 9th International Congress of Agroecology in Sevilla

The 9th international Agroecology Congress was held in Sevilla (Spain) from 19 to 21 January 2023 and focused on Agroecology-Based Local Food Systems.
PMW in Rio, Territorial food transitions between public policies and collective action
Article

23 May 2023

By: Claire Lamine

ATTER's first Policy Makers' Workshop in Brazil: Territorial food transitions between public policies and collective action

This event was organised at the CPDA in Rio de Janiero by UFRRJ, INRAE, UFRGS and ASPTA (all participants of the ATTER network) with the support of ANA (Brazilian National Articulation of Agroecology), 8th November 2022.
Article

22 November 2023

By: CAWR

First ATTER Summer School on ‘Ways of knowing for Agroecological Transitions’

As part of the ATTER project, CAWR staff co-designed and delivered a seven day event at Monkton Wyld Court in Dorset, UK.
Article

23 May 2023

By: PLM

Second ATTER Annual Meeting

ATTER's second annual meeting will take place from Wednesday 21st through Friday 23rd September 2022 at the CIEHAM campus in Bari, Italy.
Atter's YouTube look
Article

23 May 2023

By: PLM

YouTube Channel - first published video!

After gathering all necessary authorisations, we have published the first video in ATTER's YouTube channel: It is the public webinar on the notion of Resilience held in April 2022. Do not hesitate to share it!
Pictures from F Barataud's secondment in Bari
Article

23 May 2023

By: PLM

Secondment and Action-learning programme: a win-win combination

This post focuses on part of Fabienne Barataud’s (INRAE) secondment (May-June 2022) who helped contributing to an action-learning module for the Master’s programme SARe (Sustainable Agroecosystem & Resilience).