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Antonio Tulone

Antonio Tulone

Antonio Tulone is a PhD in “Agricultural, Food, Forestry and Environmental Sciences”. In 2016, he acquired the master degree in “Entrepreneurship and Quality for the Agri-Food System” (University of Palermo, Italy). From September 2017 to March 2018 he was scholarship fellow at the Geneva School of Economics and Management (University of Geneva, Switzerland). Finally, in 2020 he acquired the PhD title and the certification of Doctor Europaeus at the Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forest Sciences of the University of Palermo (Italy). His research interests include economic impacts of climate change, agribusiness, and marketing strategies.

Abstract

THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF SHORT FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN’S TRANSPORT SYSTEM. WHAT CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE?

This study was carried out in Southern Italy and assess the environmental impact of the transport system adopted in the short food supply chain.

FARMERS’S PROPENSITY TO ADOPT ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE AGRI-FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN

This study explores the intention of entrepreneurs operating in the Sicilian Short Food Supply Chain to adopt electric mobility in the transport system for their business.