15th March 2016 marked the launch of Courtauld 2025 – a world–leading voluntary agreement to work along the entire food chain to reduce the environmental impact of UK food and drink, from farm to fork and beyond. Over 100 signatories including all major UK food retailers, brands, food service companies, trade bodies and local authorities have already signed up.
El 2 de marzo 2016 ha tenido lugar la primera reunión para la conformación de la Plataforma de Acción en España del proyecto EU REFRESH. Agentes interesados en la reducción del desperdicio alimentario a nivel nacional han conocido el objetivo del proyecto y han aportado su visión sobre esta problemática que despierta cada vez mayor interés.
On March 2, 2016, the first REFRESH meeting to develop a Framework for Action for reducing food waste in Spain took place in Barcelona. Stakeholders interested in tackling food waste at national level got together to share their visions about the problem and potential solutions. The meeting developed the basis for future collaborative work within the Pilot Working Platform.
Securing global food supplies in an era of urbanisation is one of the challenges facing mankind. It is also a challenge for agricultural policy-makers. Modern, sustainable agriculture, vibrant rural areas and cooperative partnerships with rural and urban development going hand in hand are some of the important prerequisites for meeting this challenge. What we need are overarching policies that regard urban and rural structural change as an interconnected process. Agricultural policy – in cooperation with other policy areas – must take this into account.
Under the Salima Trade Fair banner, BVV hosts four international food fairs, each one designed specifically for the right customer within the sector. Salima brings together food producers and food technology with MBK Bakery (milling and confectionery), INTECO (the essential fair for hoteliers and the hospitality trade). These three fairs run concurrently to spotlight the Central European food and food technology sectors to buyers worldwide.
World Food Day is a day of action against hunger. Annually on October 16, people around the world come together to declare their commitment to eradicate hunger in our lifetime. Food security and sustainability are important topics on World Food Day. Events are held at all levels across the world.
The European Week for Waste Reduction is an initiative aiming to promote the implementation of awareness-raising actions about sustainable resource and waste management during a single week. It encourages a wide range of audiences (public authorities, private companies, civil society as well as citizens themselves) to get involved.
The general aim of the ISEKI_Food conference series is to contribute to the creation of an "open" international forum for researchers, education scientists, technologists and industry representatives as well as food consumers, to promote constructive dialogue and collaboration on topics relevant to Food Science and Technology, Industry and Education and to present and disseminate the results of the activities developed by the ISEKI_Food network projects.
EurAsia Waste Management Symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of effective waste management strategies across the Asian and the European regions. Also, the symposium will provide the opportunity discuss and evaluate the current and future regional waste management strategies and recycling projects.
Sardinia 2017 - 16th Waste Management and Landfill Symposium is dedicated to various aspects, case studies and new technologies of Waste Management, including: