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  • National Geographic Italia. Food, il futuro del cibo
    National Geographic Italia. The Future of Food
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 18/11/14 to 01/03/15
  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni
    National Geographic Italia. The Future of Food
    Palazzo delle Esposizioni, from 18/11/14 to 01/03/15

National Geographic Italia. The Future of Food



Like air, like water, food is life. Food is connection, food is celebration, sustenance. But above all, in the 21st century, food is a challenge worldwide. A challenge that will concern nine billion people by the year 2050. How to feed everyone in a way that is sustainable for the planet? As the human population grows, so do our needs, and our expectations. Today, thousands of millions of people suffer from malnutrition and "food insecurity", while almost a billion and a half people are obese or overweight. National Geographic explores and analyzes all of the aspects of this great, and terrible, challenge with a series of articles and a large exhibition, The Future of Food, opening at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome on November 18 2014. The exhibition will display over 90 photographs taken throughout the world by the magazine's leading professionals as well as a series of graphics and texts that shed light on the various problems associated with the future of food: the impact of agriculture and livestock breeding on water, climate, habitats and forests, the exponential increase of aquaculture, but also the wasting of food and the new face of hunger, as well as the next green revolution. We will explore possible solutions and the centrality of food across different communities, all with the goal of promoting collective awareness at all levels, from homes to schools, administrative committees and beyond. Because each of us, in our own small way, can contribute and make a difference.
by Marina Conti, Managing Editor National geographic Italia


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National Geographic Italia. The Future of Food



Ticket Office

Admission ticket
  • - Full € 12.50
  • - Reduced € 10
Other Reduced
  • Schools: €4.00 (min 10 - max 25 Tuesday to Friday excluding holidays)

    Reduced price for:
    - young people under 26
    - senior citizens over 65
    - teachers
    - groups with reservation (minimum 10  - maximum 25 people) from Tuesday to Friday
    - journalists with press card (professional, practitioner, freelance)
    - groups with special concessions
    - forces of law and order and the military on producing an ID  

    Free admission for:
    - children under 6
    - 1 person accompanying each booked group
    - 1 person accompanying every 10 students
    - disabled (free admission for the person accompanying them)
    - Regione Lazio tourist guides
    - Regione Lazio tourist escorts
    - interpreters accompanying the guides
    - ICOM and ICROM card holders 
    - first Wednesday of the month: free entry for under 30 from 14.00 to 20.00

Other Reduced Event ticket
  • Reduced price € 6,00 young people from 7 to 18 years old


  • Guided tour for groups
    partecipants: max 25 people
    timetable: on request
    language: italian, french, english, spanish, german 
    1 exhibition  € 100.00 / 2 exhibitions  €165.00
    reservation required 


  • Guided tours for secondary schools 
    partecipants: max 25 people
    timetable: on request
    language: italian, french, english, spanish, german 
    1 exhibition  € 80.00 / 2 exhibitions  €130.00
    reservation required 

Reservation Fee
  • Entrance fee for individuals: € 2,00 
    Entrance fee for groups: € 30.00 max 25 pax  
    Entrance fee for schools: € 20,00 max 25 pax    
    Entry reservation required for groups and schools.
    Entrance fee prepayment is required.

Didactic Tours and other Services to buy
    saturdays, sundays, holidays at 12.15 - 16.45
    language: italian
    cost: € 4,00 per person 
    reservation: suggested