There was a very good atmosphere when representatives of Organic Cities met Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski.
The European Commission has unveiled the winners of the first ever EU Organic Awards, awarding Seeham the prize of Best Organic City. Seeham, located in the northwest of Austria, is a founding member of Organic Cities Network Europe. Public canteens in the city, kindergartens and schools cook and serve 100% organic food. There is also intensive ...Read More
In an email to potential candidates, Diego Canga Fano, Principal Advisor, European Commission DG Agriculture & Rural Development, issued an invitation to eligible organic cities to submit applications for the new EU Organic Awards.
Eduardo Cuoco, Director of IFOAM Organics Europe, explains the concrete steps behind the Farm to Fork strategy to boost demand for organic food
Sportello Mense BIO addresses all stakeholders in the catering industry to promote the introduction and continuous supply of organic food.
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.
Parisculteurs, the innovative urban farming project in the city of Paris, has issued a call for proposals to develop sites in and around Paris.
Urban rooftop farming is one of the many initiatives aiming to improve the uptake of organic food in cities. But it is not always received with open arms, as the experience with the Greenelle reservoir project in Paris shows
As part of its programme to promote sustainable food strategies, the Municipality of Florence has developed an innovative project: “My school without waste”.
On 25 March 2021, the European Commission presented its action plan to boost organic production. We analysed the Action Plan and extracted what it says about the role of organic cities in achieving its aims.