Carolyn Steel:
Carolyn Steel: Wie die Nahrung unsere Städte formt

TEDGlobal 2009 · 15:40 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Jeden Tag werden in einer Stadt wie London 30 Millionen Mahlzeiten serviert. Aber woher kommt das ganze Essen? Architektin Carolyn Steel diskutiert über das tägliche Wunder, wie man eine Stadt ernährt und zeigt wie alte Wege der Nahrungsbeschaffung unsere moderne Welt formten.

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