Tag "WWF"

The EU doesn’t feed but eats the world, shows new report from WWF Europe

WWF Europe, that has been actively participating in debates around the steps necessary to make Europe’s food system more sustainable and tackling challenges of the war in Ukraine, published a...

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Despite the challenging period, Mars continues to work toward a more sustainable future

Mars, one of the biggest chocolate, confectionery, food and pet food manufacturers aims to transform how it is doing business today, so that it can be a positive force for...

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Tesco And WWF Launch Scheme To Tackle Climate Change

UK retailer Tesco and the WWF have launched an innovative trial project that offers UK dairy farmers attractive subsidies for implementing climate-friendly agricultural practices in cultivating feed for their livestock....

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2.5 billion tons of food go to waste every year, according to a new global report

According to a new global report, 2.5 billion tonnes of food is dumped in agriculture each year, about 1.2 billion tonnes more than the previously estimated 1.3 billion tonnes. About...

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Insect Feed Could Cut UK’s Future Soy Footprint By A Fifth, Study Finds

A new report commissioned by Tesco and WWF states using insect meal to feed fish and livestock could cut the UK’s future soy footprint by a fifth, protecting critical landscapes like the...

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Nomad Foods Teams Up With WWF To Promote Sustainable Agriculture

Frozen food giant Nomad Foods has entered into a partnership with WWF to find agricultural solutions to what it describes as the ‘triple challenge’ of feeding a growing global population...

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Essity Announces Partnership With WWF

Essity, the company behind the Cushelle brand, has announced a special partnership with WWF, pledging £150,000 to support the recovery of koalas impacted by the fires and their habitats. The partnership...

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Freshwater fish are dying dramatically

A report on the “catastrophic” species extinction of freshwater fish has been reported, with 80 species of the world already extinct, 16 of them last year in a single year....

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Magazine: The message of urgency

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has recently published a report, according to which the EU won’t be able to meet the majority of its own environmental objectives in 2020. Ester...

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Netto’s private label tuna fillet earns MSC certification

Netto’s private label tuna fillet range – sold under the Dreimaster name – has acquired MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certification. The MSC certification ensures that the product uses tuna from...

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Netto Marken-Discount’s Own-Brand Tuna Fillet Range Earns MSC Certification

Netto Marken-Discount’s private-label canned tuna fillet range, sold under the Dreimaster banner, has acquired MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certification. The MSC certification implies that the product uses tuna from certified,...

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Ferrero Achieves WWF Recognition For Palm Oil Sustainability

Ferrero has placed first in the WWF’s Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard, which evaluates global companies in terms of their support for sustainable palm oil. With a score of 21.5 out...

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Tesco and WWF launch ground-breaking measure to map environmental impact of food production

Tesco is teaming up with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to map the environmental impact of food production in what is said to be a “ground-breaking measure” that will...

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The WWF warns about proper water management

The impact of climate change can be felt more and more. According to a new report from the WWF, the inadequate water management practice in EU member states further exacerbates...

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WWF: Earth’s annual resources will run out on Monday

World Overconsumption Day is July 29 this year: According to the Global Footprint Network, the Earth’s population will use up the planet’s annual resources on Monday. As the Hungarian organization...

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Bel Group Renews Partnership With WWF For Sustainable Dairy Farming

Bel Group, the maker of Babybel cheese, has announced that it has renewed its partnership with WWF France for a period of three years. The partnership will enable the organisations...

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Edeka Collaborates With WWF To Reduce Private-Label Ecological Footprint

German retailer Edeka and environmental protection organisation WWF have published a progress report, to document the ways in which the retailer is reducing the ecological footprint of its private-label products....

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Coop Switzerland Acknowledged by WWF

Retailer and wholesaler Coop Switzerland has improved in almost all areas of the WWF’s environmental rating, compared to the last time a rating was taken, in 2015. “We are very...

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Our favorite beer may be in danger

The state of our waters is getting worse and now the most important European tool for the protection of waters is at stake. One of the ambitious regulations of the...

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WWF: the Hungarian population’s interest decreased towards sustainability

Over the past six years, the interest and sensitivity of the Hungarian adult population reduced significantly towards local and global sustainability issues – according to a September poll of WWF...

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WWF: a lot of waste in production and delivery processes

A lot of the waste occurs in production and delivery processes – the Hungarian director of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) told M1 news channel on Monday. Sipos Katalin said...

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May we run out of coffee? – WWF’s report on the effects of climate change on food

Consumers will feel the harsh impacts of climate change not only in the climate around them but also in their supermarkets where the availability and/or cost of agricultural commodities like...

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The conversion of agricultural production can prevent from the loss of biodiversity in Hungary

With reductions in the use of natural resources and the conversion of agricultural production can prevent from the loss of biodiversity in Hungary. It can also help to retain the...

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