On 10-11 November, FEUGA promoted our SoildiverAgro project at the VI forum RIES21, led by Cluster Saude de Galicia (CSG), in Balneario de Mondariz (Galicia-Spain). It functioned as a meeting point, with interactive dynamics to reflect on the most important and current issues of the ecosystem, to get to know the actors that operate in it, obtain information, knowledge and collaborations that have an impact on the benefit of their entities. In other words, the international event was a meeting point where synergies and knowledge took place.
Also, the event aimed to address how digital transformation affects healthcare and social healthcare processes and to show how local projects provide solutions to global challenges. Thus, the innovation of the different health ecosystems becomes a differential value that promotes collaborations, business generation and investment that benefits the entire ecosystem. Because no healthy people are possible without healthy soils we create this video to show our project linked to One Health and Farm to Fork strategies.