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

Feb 19 2020

Meeting | Working Group on Food - RUS

Rome, Italy. Katarzyna Dembska (Project Nutrition Advisor) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project during a meeting with about 30 University representatives promoted by the Working Group on Food of RUS - the Italian University Network for Sustainable Development, held at La Sapienza University.

Feb 13 2020

SU-EATABLE LIFE: start of the experimental phase in canteens

After the launch in January in four UK canteens (City University London, University of Worcester, two company canteens operated by catering companies Artizian and Fooditude), the experimental phase of the SU-EATABLE LIFE project also started in three Italian canteens (University of Parma, Barilla Group - Novara Plant, Ducati Motor Holding), with the operational support of catering companies Felsinea Ristorazione and Camst Group and the participation of ER.GO (Emilia-Romagna Regional Authority for the Right to Higher Education).

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Jan 23 2020

Workshop | The right to good, healthy and sustainable food canteens

Siena, Italy. Andrea Magnani (Senior Project Assistant) has taken part in the workshop "The right to good, healthy and sustainable school canteens" organized by the Monte dei Paschi di Siena Foundation, presenting the SU-EATABLE LIFE project to Hilal Elver, UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food.

Jan 22 2020

Conference | World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020

Davos, Switzerland. Marta Antonelli (Research Project Manager) presented the SU-EATABLE LIFE project during the panel "Investing in food systems transformation" with FAO Director-General Qu Dongyou. The panel has been co-organized by the Swiss Federal Office of Agriculture and Food Systems Dialogues during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020.

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