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28 Oct 2015
The 3GF 2015-16 Pre-meeting took place in Copenhagen, 20-21 October and convened representatives from 3GF’s partner countries, private companies, private and institutional investors, international organizations, think tanks ...
23 Oct 2015
With more than 100 cities joining, the Pact was recently signed into action As urbanization extends across developing and transitional countries, so does the problem of Food ...
2 Oct 2015
Hundreds of post-harvest professionals are steadily making their way to Rome, Italy for the 1st International Congress on Post-Harvest Loss Reduction slated for October 5-7 in Rome’s ...
29 Sep 2015
The United Nations Joint Project (UNJP), a Government of Ireland funded project on food loss reduction is one of the many projects under the SAVE FOOD ...
28 Sep 2015
  Conference on Education in food and environmental sustainability20 September 2015, Italy, Milano EXPO "Trees are alive because they make the apples, the leaves, the wind" (Camilla, 5 ...
16 Sep 2015
Rome, Italy - FAO Headquarters The seminar focused on discussing policies and sharing experiences on FLW reduction and management within the broader context of food ...
28 Sep 2015
FAO won the poster competition with its ‘Vicious circle of fish losses, vulnerability of natural resources and the poverty trap in small-scale fisheries’ The World Seafood Congress ...
18 Sep 2015
Foligno, Italy   The project “Don’t Waste Our Future!” is building a European Union (EU) alliance of youth and local authorities against food waste and for sustainable ...
5 Aug 2015
Every year around the globe 1.3 billion tonnes of food is lost or wasted, that is a 1/3 of all food produced for human consumption. Food losses ...
27 Jul 2015
1-2 July, Lyon, France - Six months before COP21, the World Summit Climate and Territories for non-state actors highlighted the importance of a territorial perspective on climate and ...

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