Le Club de Bologne s’est réuni le 21 septembre dernier durant l’Expo Universelle de Milan.
Les 48 membres étaient présents, composés d’experts internationaux de l’Agroéquipement et de la mécanisation, 17 pays ainsi que 3 organisations professionnelles internationales (FAO, UNIDO et UN-ESCAP) étaient présentes.
Vous trouverez ci-dessous, le message diffusé par UNACOMA aux membres du Club de Bologne.
To Members of Club of Bologna
« Dear colleagues,
With my deepest thanks to the participants for their valuable contribution, I am very pleased to inform all of you that the Open Meeting of the Club of Bologna Farm Machinery to Feed the World held in EXPO Milano 2015 has been successful and fruitful, arousing great interest in the approximately one hundred participants.
The Conclusions and Recommendations attained during the Meeting in order to comply with the Expo theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” are recalled in the attached Milan Charter for Mechanization, prepared by the Management Committee and unanimously approved by all 48 members of the Club of Bologna who attended the meeting.
The document highlights the major issues that must be considered by institutions and policy makers to allow adequate development of the technologies needed to ensure the right to food of future generations.
I am particularly pleased and proud to inform you that the Milan Charter for Mechanization has been included as official contribution by the Club of Bologna to the final cultural legacy of Expo Milano 2015, The Milan Charter, that was delivered to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during the World Food Day celebrated last Friday, September 16 at Expo Milano 2015 (http://carta.milano.it/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/111.pdf).
The key-note reports, together with the Milan Charter for the Mechanization, are available on the website of the Club of Bologna: http://www.clubofbologna.org/documents.php. »
Pour consulter les conclusions, veuillez télécharger le document associé.
(Axema, octobre 2015)