To the consumer, animals living freely at pasture would appear to be enjoying optimal conditions. But is freedom really synonymous with wellfare? Do animals living in a wild state or at pasture enjoy a quality of life superior to that of farmed animals? And how much can humans influence the life of animals? This meeting will attempt to answer these questions and others besides.

Chaired by Silvio Greco, research director at ISPRA

Leonardo Caffo, University of Turin
Piero Sardo, president of the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity
Anna Zuliani, University of Udine

Andrea Gavinelli, European Commission

Languages Italian-English