EVU Supports Findings In The Smart Protein Report Policy Initiatives to Promote Climate-Friendly Diets in Europe The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) has expressed its support for the latest Policy Brief published by the Smart Protein project, which emphasises the need for policy tools to transition Europeans towards more climate-friendly diets. The EVU acknowledges the significance […]
The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) has expressed disappointment over the vote on 9 May 2023 by the European Parliament on the inclusion of plant-based milk alternatives in the Parliament’s own-initiative report for the EU School Scheme. The European Parliament was set to vote on a series of amendments that would expand the scope of eligible […]
The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) recently attended the EU Green Week conference, which brought together influential voices from politics, business, NGOs, and academia to discuss the imperative need for a sustainable transition. As the annual conference that drives the conversation on the EU Green Deal, this event served as a platform to emphasise the crucial […]
Applying a global analytical framework, the German Environment Agency report aims to give an overview of the various mitigation options available for an international sustainable food system. It also seeks to identify the different barriers to the adoption of such measures.
BirdLife, European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and Naturschutzbund (NABU) analysed 17 CAP Strategic Plans (CSPs) of 16 EU countries under the new Common Agriculture Policy (CAP). The analysis paints a devastating picture about the lack of ambitions of EU Member States to restructure their agriculture policies and subsidies in order to achieve sustainable food and farming systems.
The PlantEurope Network aims to connect actors in the plant-based diet field to share and exchange on best practices and policies.
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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) recently published its Statistical Yearbook 2021, which takes a look at the development of the food and agriculture sector worldwide. As EVU we are diving into numbers of animal food vs plant food production and their various implications.
As a busy 2022 starts, we take a moment to look back on the highlights of 2021, some of which will accompany us in this year, too.