The variety of terms such as “best before”, “sell by”, “eat by”, “expires on” need simplification and tailoring to regional contexts to help reduce food waste. Photo: mnplatypus / Pixabay
Of: Alexandru Mocanu
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is calling for halving the global food waste. Although high-income economies are generally assumed to display more wasteful patterns, food waste hits the Global South the hardest.
April 26, 2021, Chronicle, Magazine
Of: Fanny Skarborg Butler and Linn Rabe
World food consumption today accounts for a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions and Sweden must switch to agriculture, but the opposite is happening at EU level. We need a policy that supports a sustainable and fair conversion of the agricultural system for food sovereignty, write Fanny Skarborg Butler and Linn Rabe from Framtidsjorden.
April 6, 2021, Debate
Of: FUF Lund
One of the global goals for sustainable development is to eradicate world hunger. But how will it become a reality? Listen to our interview with Anne Poulsen on the UN's food program WFP.
May 16, 2019, Interview
Of: Karin Klerby
Three years ago, it was decided that the whole world would work together towards Agenda 2030. A global agenda that includes 17 sustainability goals, the sixth of which is to ensure sustainable water use and sanitation for all. During Almedalen Week, many actors gather to discuss water. Water is a local asset, but you look up a […]
July 30, 2018, Almedalen - article