On 23 March 2021, Bremen became the latest member of the Organic Cities Network Europe. We asked at Bremen City Council what motivated Bremen to join the European network.
The northern English town of Preston has “taken back control” of its procurement strategy and handed over 100% of contracts to local businesses. Could this be a model for other cities across Europe? Named the most improved city and top of the Good Growth for Cities index, Preston shows that, despite Brexit, it is able to ...Read More
Why are organic cities so important? What do the cities and municipalities around Europe actually do to promote the organic cause? The Berlin-based production company, Schwarzer Panther Film, set out to do just that. The result: Organic Cities launches video to explain the contribution of Organic Cities Network Europe to the future of both our ...Read More
From 23 to 25 July, 2021, the historic heart of Nuremberg plays host to its fascinating market for organic products, culture, art, fashion and fun for children: Experience Organic!
The next European edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will be hosted online between 8-11 June 2021, bringing together influential organisations in sustainability and eco-labels in the food industry.
The Croatian port city of Poreč spoils its visitors with a series of events celebrating regional food and drink. VINISTRA (7 - 9 May) is one of the most famous.
On 2 March 2021, Bioforschung Austria is offering a webinar that looks at the factors that support successful catch crops. It addresses the impact of plant species and machine use, and the importance of location for greening. It also delves into the strategies that can be used during dry periods. Drawing on the latest research from farming ...Read More
The BIO AUSTRIA Farmers’ Days kicked off on 19 January with a fascinating discussion on the next Common European Agricultural Policy (CAP).
Loro Ciuffenna wins the Italian Environment in the Municipality award, in recognition of its efforts to promote the cause of sustainability.
Thanks to its programme ÖkoKauf Wien (EcoBuy Vienna), the City of Vienna has achieved a 5-digit CO2 reduction by cutting emissions by 15,000 tons per year.