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Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio) is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio) is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

We are pleased to introduce to you the cooperative Andes Bioenergy BDA (Alivio), which is part of the Edible Cities Network. Alivio is a cooperative start-up with a unique and own technology that can convert agro-residues (e.g. husks, shells, parchments) currently...

EdiCitNet meets Slow Food

EdiCitNet meets Slow Food

Last Saturday, our member Thomas Wachtel presented the EdiCitNet project at the autumn meeting of the Slow Food movement with around 60 participants from the regional Slow Food working groups. In the online meeting, future possibilities of cooperation between...

EdiCitNet at the IALE Russia Online Conference!

EdiCitNet at the IALE Russia Online Conference!

We are happy to share with you an insight of the IALE Russia Online Conference where our member Dr. Ina Säumel hosted the session “Envisioning multifunctional sustainably productive and biodiversity friendly landscapes: Mainstreaming Nature Based Solutions beyond...

EdiCitNet at the IRI THESys Postdoc Academy!

EdiCitNet at the IRI THESys Postdoc Academy!

From October 6th to 8th, EdiCitNet participated in the third program cycle of the Postdoc Academy for Transformational Leadership on ‘Land Use Practices in a Globalized World', hosted by IRI THESys. Twenty postdocs from all over Europe met online for the three-day...

Kick-off meeting City Team Neukölln

Kick-off meeting City Team Neukölln

Yesterday the City Team of our Living Lab Neukölln in the Front Runner City Berlin met for the first time for the kick-off meeting. On a beautiful autumn day, we had a look at the future Living Lab area at the New Jacobi Cemetery in Neukölln. With coffee and cake, we...

Kick-off in the framework of the Edible Cities Network Living Lab

Kick-off in the framework of the Edible Cities Network Living Lab

Our city becomes edible: Residents create green oases inside, community gardens and other "edible" initiatives improve the individual quality of life, are important social places and make a valuable contribution to neighbourhood development. Since September 2018...

“Stadt macht satt” is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

“Stadt macht satt” is on the EdiCitNet Marketplace!

We are pleased to introduce to you the initiative “Stadt macht satt” (Harvest the City), which is part of the Edible Cities Network. "Stadt macht satt" (Harvest the City) is an initiative of the artist Anja Fiedler. Harvest the city gathers and develops ideas on how...

EdiCitNet at the Autumn festival in the Gutsgarten Helldersdorf

EdiCitNet at the Autumn festival in the Gutsgarten Helldersdorf

    Edible Cities participated in the autumn celebration held by Prinzessinnengarten last Thursday 08.10 at 14:30 in GutsGarten Hellersdorf. Neighbors, along with project members, had the chance to grill, share food together, exchange anecdotes and ideas and enjoy a...

EdiCitNet Twitter tweets

Urban meadows save our #nature from harmful pesticides and fertilisers 🌼🌿 Maintaining meadows instead of lawns is not only cheaper, but also easier for #cities!

📢 @EU_Commission needs your feedback to craft the 🆕 #EU soil strategy!

#MissionSoil as part of the #EUBiodiversity strategy for 2030 will address #soil degradation & preserve land resources. 🌱

#EUHaveYourSay until December 17 👉 https://t.co/cXLjjpa9N7

Happy #WorldChildrensDay2020! A secure future for our children also includes the #sustainable development of our #cities.

#ediblecities #socialcohesion #greenfuture

Decentralised and nature-based solutions are an important and practicable way to solve the global sanitation crisis as we could prove at our demo site in Dar es Salam, Tanzania, operated by our partner @BORDA_Bremen .
#WorldToiletDay2020
#Horizon2020

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