In Europe, 90 million tons of edible food ends up in the trash every year. What could the civil society do to change all this and to avoid all the food waste?
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure and according to this famous saying some people not only in Europe but in other continents too, created a movement that transforms the food waste of the society into delicious meals.
In this context EUNIC has planned a series of online discussion on sustainable lifestyle and best practice examples from other European countries.The first discussion in this frame is about Food Waste and Waste cooking in Austria, Czech Republic and Romania and it will take place on March 11, at 8 p.m. Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/724378694926640
„Chef” David Groß, the creator of the project wastecooking (Austria);
Anna Strejcová, member of the Czech group Zachraň jídlo (Save Food);
Ana-Maria Răducanu, owner of the first zero waste shop in Bucharest, Romania.
Moderator – Raluca Fiser/ Asociația GreenRevolution/ Green Report
EUNIC MIXERS is a series of live, online discussions about the adaptations of the cultural sector to the changes during the pandemic, with guests from European countries, represented by the cultural institutes from the EUNIC Romania network, together with Romanian cultural practitioners.