Promoting social inclusion as well as combating food waste
By applying circular practices to food waste, the partners of the CirculAbility project want to encourage and train adapted work enterprises to recycle unsold food, through a model that combines environmental, economic and social objectives. This yields immediate benefits for the climate while improving the overall sustainability of our food systems. After all, reducing food waste while stimulating a local, circular economy are all gateways to a more sustainable and inclusive food system. The conference aims to explore this topic, to brainstorm ways to move towards a more sustainable food model and to formulate recommendations for the European authorities.
- When? Tuesday 25 October, from 09:00 to 14:00 (conference followed by lunch)
- Address: Smart (KOP room), Rue Coenraets, 72 - 1060 Saint-Gilles, Brussels
- Language: The conference will be held in French only, no interpreting
- There is no fee to take part but you must register via Google Forms by 10 October 2022.