Links & background

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Networks dealing with sustainable food issues

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Videos

The following videos present circumstances of successful collaboration, be it between producers and consumers or collaborations resulting in regional policy changes.

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Relevant projects the Foodlinks partners have been working in

Relevant projects the Foodlinks partners have been working in

  • AWARE is a European Project about how to achieve sustainable water ecosystems management connecting research, people and policy makers in Europe
    www.aware-eu.net
  • COFAMI: Encouraging Collective Farmers Marketing Initatives www.cofami.org
  • CRÊPE: Co-operative research on environmental problems in Europe www.crepeweb.net
  • FAAN: Facilitating Alternative Agro-Food Networks 
    www.faanweb.eu
  • Global Food Security: the UK’s main public funders of food-related research and training are working together to meet global food security challenges
    www.foodsecurity.ac.uk
  • IN-SIGHT: Strengthening innovation processes for Growth and Development
    www.insightproject.net
  • Knowledgescotland an online knowledge resource for policymakers and government stakeholders focused on food, health, environment and rural research
    www.knowledgescotland.org
  • Living With Environmental Change: a partnership of major UK public sector funders and users of environmental research
    www.lwec.org.uk
  • Softagri: New educational approaches to sustainable food production and consumption
    www.softagri.info
  • SOLINSA: aims to identify barriers to the development of Learning and Innovation Networks for sustainable agriculture (LINSA)
    www.solinsa.net
  • SUSCHAIN: Marketing sustainable agriculture: an analysis of the potential role of new food supply chains in sustainable rural development 
    www.sus-chain.org
  • Transparent_Food: Quality and integrity in food: a challenge for chain communication and transparency research
    www.transparentfood.eu
  • WELFARE QUALITY: Science and Society improving animal welfare 
    www.welfarequality.net

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