Collaborative Framework for Food Systems Transformation. A multi-stakeholder pathway for sustainable food systems.
The Collaborative Framework for Food Systems Transformation explains how governments and
stakeholders, at national or local levels, can apply a food systems approach to policymaking
and implementation. The publication suggests practical and easy-to-follow actions for performing analyses of food systems, expanding or reorienting existing activities, integrating
policy interventions, and building effective food systems governance.
Food for Thought, Responsible and Sustainable Living, Images and Objects Active Methodology Toolkit 10
Is the tenth in the Active Methodology Images and Objects series and aims to strengthen learners' ability to deal with socio-scientific issues (SSIs) and Grand Challenges (i.e., urgent global problems) which relate directly to the pursuit of sustainable development. The toolkit uses Graphic organizers and Adapted Pathways Leaning Model as its learning approach.
Waste Not, Want Not: Reducing Food Loss and Waste in North America Through Life Cycle-Based Approaches
The report examines how life cycle thinking and methodologies can help decision makers prioritize policies and interventions through better estimates of the environmental impact of food loss and misuse; comparisons of food waste disposal options; and evaluations of alternative intervention or abatement strategies. Case studies presented in the report highlight examples already being used successfully to reduce food loss and waste in North America.
Recomendaciones para criterios de biodiversidad eficaces en estandares y en normas de empresas del sector alimenticio
Las recomendaciones están dirigidas principalmente a estándares para el sector alimenticio y a empresas que cuenten con normas de aprovisionamiento. Estandards y empresas así como coorperativas agrícolas encuentran una ámplia gama de medidas para mejorar la protección de biodiversidad en la producción agrícola. Dos grandes lineas de mejora: Buena gestión de biodiversidad y mejores prácticas para reducir el impacto negativo contribuyen a aumentar los potenciales para la diversidad biológica.
This publication displays a series of cases in which Association Mawarid and UN Environment implemented sustainable actions in Marrakesh hotels and riads. These actions enhanced employee well-being and inspired the workplaces to continue promoting sustainability beyond the project lifespan.
This report illustrates each workplace's experience with sustainability projects, their area of focus and the measured impact of each activity upon the hotel and greater Marrakesh.
With the world population rising to 7.5 billion inhabitants, the scarcity of resources makes the reduction of food waste and its collection to develop food donations an absolute priority to fight hunger and poverty.
Today one third of the food produced worldwide every year is thrown away while one fourth of it would be enough to feed the world population.
The hospitality industry, although a small waster, has developed practical guidelines to help hospitality businesses to reduce their food waste and to engage in food donations.
The guide provides insights into the status quo of biodiversity criteria and measures in policies of standards and company requirements as well as an overview of formulations for effective biodiversity criteria. The guide helps managers to assess the current situation and significance of biodiversity in relation to standards or procurement guidelines. Standards with reasonable biodiversity policies and effective criteria will make a significant contribution to the conservation of biodiversity.
Emerging media and cultural influencers are becoming increasingly effective change agents for individuals. This publication taps into the strategic power of media and the effect it can have to promote more sustainable lifestyles. The Good Life Goals (GLGs) were employed as an example to demonstrate how to continuously track the effective way individuals take in information. The publication concludes with defined and developed actionable communication plans to promote more sustainable living globally.
OECD- UN Environment. The New Normal. An expert dialogue on shaping decisions, attitudes and behaviour to achieve Sustainable Development Goals
This publication highlights outcomes of discussions of 30 experts from government, international organisations, media, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector and research institutions on how to better promote more sustainable living and lifestyles to individuals. To tackle these ideas, experts reverted back to the question: ‘If you were in the elevator with the Minister of Environment, what would be your pitch to “make sustainability happen”?’ and ultimately shared their policy options.
ATRÉVETE A OPINAR DIFERENTE, VIVIR RESPONSABLE Y SOSTENIBLEMENTE, Imágenes y Objetos, Metodología Activa Caja de Herramientas 8
Este conjunto de herramientas ofrece una breve introducción a cada tema, así como una serie de ejemplos en forma de historias personales. Cada historia incluye una imagen de la persona que la compartió y, al final de este conjunto de herramientas, se proporciona una imagen del banco de fotos relacionada con el ejemplo. Las historias provienen de personas de todo el mundo y pueden usarse como ejemplos inspiradores, al enseñar sobre estos diferentes temas.
Food consumption is seen by most tourists as an important part of their trips and tourism often takes place in ecologically, socially and culturally sensitive destinations. This manual is intended as a guide for practitioners: F&B managers and their staff. It also offers general background information, practical advice and points the reader to a range of further sources.
L’alimentation durable est une alimentation viable sur le plan économique et social, qui préserve l’environnement, la santé et la diversité culturelle. L’alimentation durable veut satisfaire les besoins de la génération actuelle sans mettre en danger ceux des générations futures. Elle implique de consommer des produits locaux et de saison. Comment, à votre échelle, pouvez-vous être acteur de cette durabilité ? Comment concilier alimentation consciente et plaisir?
Ernährung und Leitbild Nachhaltigkeit – Globale Herausforderungen und Lösungsansätze auf nationaler und internationaler Ebene der UN
Die Menschheit steht vor einer Vielzahl globaler Herausforderungen, von denen einige durch das Ernährungsverhalten beeinflusst werden. Beispiele sind Armutskrise/Welthungerkrise, Klimawandel, Wasserknappheit, Bodendegradation, Biodiversitätsverlust und Lebensmittelverschwendung. Außerdem steigt die Anzahl ernährungsmitbedingter Krankheiten. Welche Lösungsansätze gibt es dafür im Bereich Ernährung?
The current report is a summary of the complementary document “Technical report on existing methodologies & tools for biodiversity metrics”, also available on the One Planet Network
Knowledge Hub. While the complementary technical report is recommended for a technical audience, e.g. method developers, the current document is intended for executive decision makers.
The effectiveness of standards in driving adoption of sustainability practices: A State of Knowledge Review
Voluntary sustainability standards are an important means of providing assurance that products and materials traded in complex, global supply chains have been produced in an ethical and environmentally benign way. Understanding what these standards deliver on the ground is an important part of the debate about their ongoing relevance.
Frische Tomaten und Erdbeeren im Winter, Fleisch, Milch und Kaffee zu Dumpingpreisen, lauter stark verarbeitete Produkte. Vielen von uns ist klar, dass wir anders essen sollten, und wir wissen, dass es uns, der Natur und Menschen in armen Ländern dann besser geht. Karl von Koerber, langjähriger Nachhaltigkeitsdenker in Sachen Ernährung, lädt Sie dazu ein, vor bzw. nach dem Einkaufen und Kochen über diese Zusammenhänge nachzudenken.
The concept of Sustainable Nutrition is an effective communication tool, as it transforms scientific research into ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) practice (examples include the Online-Video-Course, Organic-City Munich). It is based on holistic thinking and considers the multi-dimensional interactions along the food supply chain. ESD is a promising way to raise awareness about sustainable produced foods. It requires the commitment and support of all relevant stakeholders.
This book takes a transdisciplinary approach and considers multisectoral actions, integrating health, agriculture and environmental sector issues to comprehensively explore the topic of sustainable diets. The team of international authors informs readers with arguments, challenges, perspectives, policies, actions and solutions on global topics that must be properly understood in order to be effectively addressed. They position issues of sustainable diets as central to the Earth's future.
Food systems have been central to recent unprecedented reductions in global poverty, hunger, and undernutrition, and will be the foundation of future progress. Yet food is among the leading causes of our global health and sustainability crises. Efforts to sustainably end hunger and malnutrition will depend on reshaping our food systems.
Why Beelong? With 30% of damage to the environment generated in Switzerland by food, caterers and players in the food industry have a crucial role to play. But to purchase and/or consume more sustainably and reduce the impact of food on our planet, we must have access to clear information on the products.This is why our mission is to promote transparency on the food market by evaluating food products and communicating their environmental impact simply, on the basis of 5 groups of criteria.
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) is a global organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products. We are dedicated to improving the sustainability of consumer products. Our Members and partners include manufacturers, retailers, suppliers, service providers, NGOs, civil society organizations, governmental agencies and academics.
The programme portfolio is the One Planet network in action; it is the collection of a programme’s network activities and resources that contribute to the objectives and aligns with the principles of the 10YFP. A portfolio that has a partner-based approach is essential to reduce fragmentation and support synergies, to build on existing initiatives, to operate at scale, to replicate, to build cooperation, to leverage resources towards common objectives.
The Consumer Goods Forum and the change agency Futerra have joined forces to investigate the cutting edge of transparency.
In the guide we delve into what those businesses and consumers agree is the most important topic of transparency: the impact of products themselves.
This Honest Product Guide is designed for business leaders, brand owners, marketers, experts and changemakers seeking to solve the crisis of trust between companies and the consumers they serve.