Claudio Serafini, the Director of Organic Cities Network Europe, is to speak at an online public hearing organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on 11 June 2021 on the ongoing preparation work for its opinion Action Plan for the development of EU organic production.
The European Commission has recently approved an Action Plan for the development of Organic Production. Diego CANGA FANO, Principal Advisor EU, explains.
Organic Action Plan launched by the EU: Organic Cities Network Europe welcomes the initiative - Comment from Claudio Serafini
The City State of Bremen joined the Organic Cities Network Europe in March 2021. It is, however, no stranger to the organic cause. In this article, we present some of the projects that Bremen has initiated under the motto of "BioStadt Bremen". The Training Kitchen The “Training Kitchen” is where staff from the communal catering sector ...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
Loro Ciuffenna wins the Italian Environment in the Municipality award, in recognition of its efforts to promote the cause of sustainability.
Bio Bank 2020 Report - The report returns focusing on six fields of organic activity: trade, food e-commerce, restaurants, cosmetic companies, perfume sellers and cosmetic e-commerce
The Organic Market Report explores the organic food market in the UK and finds that consumption of organic food in the UK leapt almost 13% in 2020
City of Paris to help struggling Parisian families pay for healthy meals for children who do not have access to organic food due to the COVID pandemic.
On 19 January, the UK-based organic food partnerships network, Sustainable Food Places, launched an initiative to provide grants to SFP members in deprived areas in England that have been hit hard by Covid-19.