About SU-EATABLE LIFE Project

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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SU-EATABLE LIFE Project

The project numbers

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

Tons of CO2 eq. saved

5,300

M3 of water saved

2,000,000

People informed

65,000+

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The project timeline

Apr 14 2021

e-conference | A One health Approach to food: the Double Pyramid connecting food culture, health and climate

Riccardo Valentini (Project Coordinator) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project during the online event "A One Health approach to food: the Double Pyramid connecting food culture, health and climate" co-hosted by the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, SU-EATABLE LIFE and Food Tank, under the patronage of the Italian National Commission for UNESCO.

Watch here.

Mar 11 2021

Press Lunch | World Water Day 2021

Riccardo Valentini (Project Coordinator) and Marta Antonelli (Research Project Manager) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE sustainable cookbook during a press lunch organized in view of World Water Day 2021 with the Italian press.

Read the press release here.

Mar 10 2021

e-conference | Dispute Talks

Riccardo Valentini (Project Coordinator) and Marta Antonelli (Research Project Manager) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project and its first results during the online talk entitled "The true cost of food" organized by the Swiss Institute of Rome in collaboration with Bites of Transfoodmation, which will take place on March 10, 2021 at 6:30 pm on the Zoom platform.

More info and registration here.

Feb 9 2021

Audition | Senate of the Italian Republic

Riccardo Valentini (Project Coordinator) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project to the Agriculture Commission of the Senate of the Italian Republic during a special session dedicated to climate change and its impact on agriculture.

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