The Erasmus “Protect Yourself” project aims to create a series of tools and resources to support adult education and to contribute to the development and expansion of their professional and educational know-how in the circular economy.
We can’t solve climate change only on the individual level Introduction As climate change is threatening all people on earth, it is logical, that we should all try to do our personal best to fight it. But in debates on solutions this individual role is very often describes as a much bigger impact than itContinue reading “RESPONSOBILITY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE”
In previous articles, we discussed the impact of the food industry on our planet and some ways to solve its problems. Today I want to present an idea for completely changing the system, in order to make it more sustainable. The idea of a circular food economy A circular economy for food mimics natural systemsContinue reading “A CIRCULAR FOOD ECONOMY”
You probably have heard of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030 set by the United Nations in 2015. Speaking at the Stockholm EAT Food Forum on 13 June 2016, scientists Johan Rockström and Pavan Sukhdev present a new way of viewing the SDGs and how they are all linked to food. Credit: AzoteContinue reading “SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS”