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Interview with ACR+ President Josep Maria Tost i Borràs

Josep Maria Tost i Borràs, ACR+ President and ARC Director (two MCN supporting entity), was interviewed by Fundación Biodiversidad. “Waste has a real value in terms of obtaining materials that can be re-integrated into productive processes” explained Josep Maria, who made a strong case for recycling as the force behind sustainable development.


ISWA task force resource management finishes its mission and presents 6 reports

The task force has prepared a study into the current trends and a series of reports to help the waste industry to respond to these unprecedented pressures on our industry.


Conclusions of 7th meeting of the European Committee of the Regions- Commission for Natural Resources (NAT) about food waste

During the debate, local and regional representatives supported the Commission’s proposals for the development of a common methodology. They also put forward recommendations as to how local and regional authorities can contribute to the reduction of food waste.


Closing the loop – An EU action plan for the Circular Economy

The European Commission adopted an ambitious Circular Economy Package, which includes revised legislative proposals on waste to stimulate Europe’s transition towards a circular economy which will boost global competitiveness, foster sustainable economic growth and generate new jobs.


Final Conference of the SCOW project

Find all the information and presentations of the Final Conference of the SCOW project that was held on 2nd of December 2015 in Ramallah, Palestine. The event was organized by HWE.


Enough Is Enough: Challenging the chorus calling for dramatically increasing food production by Tristram Stuart

Food insecurity is a global tragedy. More than 10% of humanity, almost 800 million people, are undernourished. Undernourishment particularly afflicts people in low-income countries, but even high-income countries, food insecurity is a major social issue. The problem is not how much food we will be able to produce, but rather that we are on course to continue …