The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland is preparing a Climate-friendly Food Programme. The Climate-friendly Food Program has begun collaborating with the FUSILLI and Cities2030 projects to develop urban food systems in a sustainable direction.
Both Horizon2020 projects involve a number of European cities networking and sharing information and good practice. In September 2021, the team co-organized a workshop where we sought ideas, thoughts and concepts for project pilots in Tampere (FUSILLI) and Seinäjoki (CITIES2030). The Climate-friendly Food Programme aims to support the transition of society towards a climate-sustainable food system. A climate-sustainable food system takes into account all dimensions of sustainability: social, economic, cultural and ecological. The programme will support the objective of the Finnish Government to achieve a carbon neutral Finland by 2035.
The Climate-friendly Food Programme focuses on what happens from the field onwards, with the main emphasis on reducing emissions from the consumption of food.
Read more about the Climate-friendly Food Programme: https://mmm.fi/en/climatefriendlyfoodprogramme
Contact information for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland: Hanna Mattila, firstname.lastname@example.org
The FUSILLI project in Tampere is building a safe, healthy, sustainable, inclusive, fair and cost-effective food system in cooperation with decision-makers’ schools, students, researchers and local residents. The Cities2030 project in Seinäjoki develops solutions for food production methods, transportation, delivery and recycling, in cooperation with the city’s food companies and organizations.
Read more about the Cities 2030 project, https://cities2030.eu/
Contact information for the Cities2030 project: Elina Koivisto, email@example.com