Projects

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ZeroW

Systemic Innovations Towards a Zero Food Waste Supply Chain

Food waste is an enormous burden on the global food system, with a third of all food produced globally going to waste. This has a big impact on resource exploitation and world hunger. The EU-funded ZeroW project aims to reduce Food Loss & Waste (FLW) along the food supply chain, contributing to ...

SchoolFood4Change

Shifting school meals and schools into a new paradigm, addressing public health and territorial, social and environmental resilience

Schools have the potential of being the place where young people learn about healthy diets and where a sustainable food culture can be promoted and experienced.
The EU-funded “SchoolFood4Change” (SF4C) project builds on this potential, seeing schools and school meals as catalysts for sy...

COACH

Collaborative Agri-food Chains: Driving Innovation in Territorial Food Systems and Improving Outcomes for Producers and Consumers

COACH is a three-year EU-funded project which aims at facilitating collaboration between farmers, consumers, local governments and other actors to scale up short agri-food chains which rebalance farmers’ position, create win-wins for producers and consumers and drive innovation in territorial ...

RURITAGE

Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth

proGIreg

Productive Green Infrastructure for post-industrial urban regeneration

At the centre of proGIreg will be Living Labs in Dortmund (Germany), Turin (Italy), and Zagreb (Croatia) to co-design and co-implement nature-based solutions (NBS) in urban areas facing the challenge of post-industrial regeneration. Four further cities in Eastern and Southern Europe will closely int...

ROBUST

Rural-Urban Outlooks: Unlocking Synergies

ROBUST aims to advance our understanding of the interactions and dependencies between rural, peri-urban and urban areas and to identify and promote policies, governance models and practices that foster mutually beneficial relations.

NGO Network

European NGO Network on Green Public Procurement

NGOs are well-placed to provide information to local, regional, and national governments, making them better equipped to engage in GPP. To make it easier for NGOs to work with public procurers to enhance GPP uptake, a network was established in 2016 with the support of the European Commission.

GPP 2020

GPP 2020 - Mainstreaming low-carbon procurement

GPP 2020 aimed to mainstream low-carbon procurement across Europe in support of the EU’s goals to achieve a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, a 20% increase in the share of renewable energy and a 20% increase in energy efficiency by 2020.

To this end, GPP 2020 implemented more than 100...

INNOCAT

Procurement of eco-innovative catering

INNOCAT aimed to bring together a group of public and private buyers to publish a series of tenders for eco-innovative catering products, services and solutions.