Circular Economy: Products «with History». Part I —
How to capitalize on the growing upcycled foods movement Make food from food waste. Food waste is a global problem as their leftovers remain in large quantities in almost all parts of the supply chain in agricultural and processing enterprises. Fruits and vegetables constitute the highest food waste. 45%-60% of fruits consist of waste — pulp, rind, cake left after pressing, kernels and seeds. Despite the food surplus, more than 820 million people worldwide are undernourished, and one in nine people on earth is hungry.
A circular economy retrospective – EURACTIV.com
Recycling, reuse and all things circular are taking on more and more importance in Europe. Sustainability will remain high on the agenda of the next EU legislative cycle but what tools are in place to help the industry get it across the line?
Parallel Session – Realising Our Climate Ambitions: Circular Economy in National Climate Plans | Programme | WCEF+Climate
The circular economy is the world’s secret weapon in enhancing national climate plans and achieving our shared climate ambitions.
International climate agreements are mostly implemented and translated into action through national climate plans. What could be the role of a circular economy in national action plans? This discussion panel will centre on the potential mitigation and development opportunities that arise from including a circular economy in national climate plans. Governments, knowledge institutions and development partners will share best practices on how to incorporate the transition towards a circular economy in national climate plans.
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