Buy Better Food is a European advocacy campaign which focuses on public food procurement as main driver of food system transformation towards a sustainable, healthy and fair food system in the European Union, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the EU Farm to Fork Strategy.
The final conference for the dissemination of results and sharing of good practices for sustainable development of the GPP STREAM project will be held online on 16 and 17 February.
SchoolFood4Change (SF4C) will create a shift to both sustainable and healthy diets on a broad societal scale by directly impacting over 3,000 schools and 600,000 school children in 12 EU countries, providing a replicable good practice across the EU and beyond. All children go to school and are vulnerable to diet-related conditions and disadvantaged environments.
Re-Plan City Life (RElevant Audience Plan Leading to Awareness Network forCIrcular Economy Use of Recycled TYre materials in city LIFE) is a project co-funded by the European Life20 programme, which aims to promote the use of materials derived from recycled tyres in different sectors, including construction, infrastructure and sport.
Fondazione Ecosistemi has created an animation process within the Network of the Italian Metropolitan Cities, on behalf of the Metropolitan City of Turin, which is promoter of the Protocol and coordinator of the Joint Committee. In 2017 the Network signed the Memorandum of Understanding for the implementation of the GPP.
“The sustainability of businesses and the new frontier of green procurement” is a survey conducted by Unioncamere with the Ministry of the Environment with the scientific support ofFondazione Ecosistemi and the technical support of Infocamere and the Guglielmo Tagliacarne Foundation.