Pikutara! = ¡Me importa un pimiento! = ¡Me importa un pimiento! (I couldn't care less)

Pikutara! = ¡Me importa un pimiento! = ¡Me importa un pimiento! (I couldn't care less)

Image: l'Ortolano (1590). Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Agroecology and education

We are dedicating the sixth edition of our Programme with Teaching Staff to the cross between agroecology and educational processes. In it, we will go into detail on themes such as food, consumption or the history of the agricultural world, which I consider could be essential when thinking about today’s social structures, and also about how to construct collective knowledge.

We are interested in creating a forum to reflect on the supremacy of scientific knowledge over popular wisdom, which has been relegated to the level of improvisation and the domestic and the private domains.