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

Jan 11 2020

Exhibition | "We, food, our Planet: Feeding a sustainable future"

Parma, Italy. The SU-EATABLE LIFE project is part of the exhibition "We, food, our Planet: Feeding a sustainable future", organized by Barilla Foundation in collaboration with National Geographic Italia within Parma 2020 (Parma Italian Capital of Culture 2020).

The exhibition is open from Jan 11th to Apr 13th, 2020.

Info and program here.

Dec 13 2019

Workshop for dieticians

Duiven, the Netherlands. Laura Bouwman (Wageningen University) gave a workshop for 60 dieticians about 'salutogenic thinking', including its application to the SU-EATABLE LIFE project.

Dec 3 2019

SU-EATABLE LIFE Mid-term Conference

Milan, Italy. The SU-EATABLE LIFE project, its preliminary results and the ongoing experiments in canteens have been presented during the Mid-term Conference to be held at the 10° International Forum on Food and Nutrition organized by Barilla Foundation.

Watch the video of the event.

Nov 22 2019

Conference | The truth in our plates: Food sustainability and ethics in the Anthropocene

Rome, Italy. Katarzyna Dembska (Project Nutrition Advisor) will present the SU-EATABLE LIFE project during the conference "The truth in our plates: Food Sustainability and ethics in the Anthropocene" organized by the John Cabot University.

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