Davide Tocchetto

world agronomist, PhD in environmental agronomy

I do my best as a mercenary for the agroenvironment ;)

What I'm doing here?

Just a simple example of what I am doing. Someone tell I am an agronomic mercenary other tell me I am a volunteer. Do you need something about farming, environment or treatment wetlands? May be I can help you to find a solution.

I am also a full professor at High School, obviously it is an agricoltural school. I was been involved in public and private sectors, NGOs and research teams in different Universities. I like very much to talk at conferencies and seminars, write articles, hiking and bushcraft in the Dolomites.

I did some works and I have open projects in Iraq, Senegal, Gaza Strip, Europe, Ecuador, Algeria, Kenya, Brasil.

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Picture in NL Wageningen University with the partecipants at the Forum "Agri - Water sectors in Iraq" where I had a talk about the Project "New Eden in Iraq! about wastewater treatment in the Marshland.

I am really proud to be in the opening room of the "Eden in Iraq" exibition in Singapore with part of the text of mine article.

more info at the following link:

http://www.meridelrubenstein.com/eden-in-iraq/

The Eden in Iraq Project joins environmental art, design, and engineering to create waste and water remediation solution, linking Singapore to the Fertile Crescent of Mesopotamia and Iraq to the New Silk Road. (source Meridel Rubenstein)

It seemed impossible, but I did it. I resist for six weeks to follow this United Nation and FAO course about climate change adaption in agricolture.

Climate change is a significant “hunger-risk multiplier” and a fundamental threat to global food security. Without adaptation to climate change in agriculture sectors, it will not be possible to achieve food security for all and eradicate hunger, malnutrition and poverty.

What a wonderful experience in Geneve (21-24 August 2018) to unversand and apply the Living Lab approach (from Wikipedia: A living lab is a research concept. A living lab is a user-centered, open innovation ecosystem, often operating in a territorial context, e.g. city, agglomeration, region, integrating concurrent research and innovation processes within a public-private-people partnership. (Left: me in the plenary session, Right: the UN General Director which gave the opening speech)