An institutional commitment
The commitment to enhance an intangible legacy, within an international scope, of Expo Milan 2015 led to the setting up of the Milan Center for Food Law and Policy. The Milan Center, an internationally recognized association, was founded on the 17th of February 2014, on the initiative of Expo S.p.A, (until October 2015), Lombardy Region, the Municipality of Milan, The Chamber of Commerce, Milan and since 2016, the Metropolitan City of Milan. The Milan Center for Food Law and Policy, both before, during and after Expo 2015, has carried out important networking, debate and discussion activities with public and private as well as national and international figures on training and research, the economy and civil society. Following the approval of the UN Agenda 2030, the Milan Center for Food Law and Policy has extended its field of action to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, (SDGs), participating in, amongst other activties, the work of the Conference of Parties (COP) in Paris (2015) and Marrakech (2016).