Towards a circular economy: a zero waste programme for Europe
Belgium | 03/07/2014 | The European Commission has adopted the Communication "Towards a circular economy: a zero waste programme for Europe" to establish a common and coherent EU framework to promote the circular economy.
Find out more here.
Slow Food Italy Comments on the Start of Italy’s Six-Month European Presidency
Belgium | 02/07/2014 | “Italy’s presidency of the European Union will undoubtedly be a unique occasion for our country to set the pace on important issues, firstly the regulations on seeds and GMOs, but also animal welfare and the right to food,” said Gaetano Pascale, the president of Slow Food Italy. “That’s why we are sending our best wishes to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his team. We hope Italy will leave its mark on the future of Europe, bringing important reforms for the economy and policies on agriculture, energy and immigration. We also hope to see the creation of a Common Agricultural Policy that takes a holistic approach to the food system, contributing to the fight against waste, the protection of biodiversity and greater support for the role of local producers and consumers. Renzi said that he hopes Europe will find its soul. We at Slow Food are ready to work hard every day to help that happen.”
What is the impact of neonicotinoids on biodiversity and ecosystems?
United Kingdom | 27/06/2014 |
This video highlights the results of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment report on the use of neonicotinoids and provides a comprehensive, independent analysis on the use of systemic pesticides and their consequences.
Belgium | 16/06/2014 | Back in April, Feeding the 5000 landed in Brussels, bringing a strong message against food waste to town.
Slow Food and the Slow Food Youth Network were partners of the event.
Check out the video below to find out more about the day and all the partners involved.