By eating well we help the Planet

SU-EATABLE LIFE, a three-year project financed by the EU LIFE program, aims to reduce the environmental impact (CO2 eq. emissions and water consumption) related to our food choices, by engaging EU citizens to adopt a healthier and more sustainable diet.

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The project numbers

Within the three years of the project, we aim to reach the following outcomes:

Tons of CO2 eq. saved


M3 of water saved


People informed


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The project timeline

Sep 28 2021

e-conference | #ALL4CLIMATE - ITALY 2021

The side-event "FOOD4CLIMATE - How to make canteens more sustainable? Evidence from the EU project SU-EATABLE LIFE" will be hosted within the #All4Climate - Italy 2021 agenda on September 28, 2021, from 3pm CEST.

The event will take place online (language:  English).

More info here.

Jul 1 2021

Workshop | Driving the transition towards healthy and sustainable food consumption patterns in post-COVID-19 Europe

The online workshop, promoted by the SU-EATABLE LIFE project team, brought together representatives of four EU projects operating in the field of sustainable food systems, in order to identify and share concrete solutions towards healthier and more sustainable food consumption patterns (including food waste management) and to support networking between projects.

Jun 18 2021

e-conference | International Conference on Salutogenesis

Leah Rosen and Laura Bouwman (Wageningen University) moderated the session on Digital Salutogenic Interventions and presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project at the 6th International Conference on Salutogenesis.They delved into how salutogenesis, the everyday life perspective, and gamification are applied within the SU-EATABLE LIFE project to allow for a shift in more sustainable eating practices in canteen settings and beyond.

May 5 2021

e-conference | Europe and Food

Riccardo Valentini (Project Coordinator) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project during the online event targeting EU policymakers "Europe and Food: Ensuring environmental, health and social benefits for the global transition" hosted by the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition Foundation.

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