Learn the main highlights from the 32nd SuSanA meeting on the value of human excreta and wastewater as fertiliser for improving soil quality and crop productivity.
Despite the recessionary context, much can and needs to be done with existing resources. It seems that it is now or never. Governments should start rethinking how they can reallocate their existing public budgets to make them more cost-effective and efficient in reducing the cost of nutritious foods and increasing the availability and affordability of healthy diets, from sustainable agrifood systems.
On June 1st 2022, ReAct in collaboration with The Nordic Council of Ministers and Stockholm Environmental Institute hosted the hybrid event "The silent antimicrobial resistance pandemic urges a concerted global response - but what needs to be done?". Here you find 5 takeaways from the day and a few next steps.
Strengthening Resilience and Sustainability in Food Systems for Environmental and Social-Economic Development.
The 3rd Global Soil Biodiversity Conference to be held in Dublin (Ireland) in 2023 will expand on previous GSBI conferences to present and discuss recent advances addressing the urgency of meeting...
Save-the-date: Presentation av och diskussion kring utredningen om en effektivisering och utveckling av Sveriges arbete för ansvarsfull och minskad antibiotikaanvändning i djurhållningen globalt.
The International Green Week Berlin is unique as the leading international trade fair for food, agriculture and horticulture.
FREE British Nutrition Foundation webinar on the role of pulses in making healthier and more sustainable food choices
SIANI had the pleasure to interview Andrea Caputo Svensson, Global Health Advisor at ReAct - Action on Antibiotic Resistance to understand the complexity and challenges of addressing AMR in aquaculture.
This brief focuses on the most crucial opportunities, barriers and actions for disseminating agroforestry systems more widely
On 6 December, the FAO will host the opening ceremony of the International Year of Millets (IYM) to raise awareness around IYM and call attention to the benefits of promoting the sustainable...
Facing growing food insecurity in the world, the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA) and the Swedish FAO Committee hosted a seminar to discuss the challenges and opportunities to end hunger in all its forms by 2030 and to achieve food security.
SIANI explored the theme of the World Food Forum from the perspective of healthy, nutritious and sustainable snacks in a virtual side event. The webinar was hosted together with WWF Sweden Youth and the Government of Sweden.