Thursday, 1 October 2020, online
In uncertain times due to crises like COVID19
and climate change, the 3rd Mediterranean Legume Innovation Network (M-LIN) workshop provides insights into the work of our EU-funded research project - which is running in the fourth
and final year now – and invites you as legume stakeholders to participate actively in the identification and assessment of transition paths towards more sustainably grown, processed and traded legumes and healthier food and feed
systems. (read more ...)
General contact: email@example.com
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 in Porto (Portugal)
The 2nd Mediterranean Legume Innovation Network (M-LIN) was jointly organized by UCP and Eurest and generated fruitful discussions around the topic of “Consumers and Sustainable Diets”. In this forum we shared experiences and results, as well as obtained valuable stakeholder input on how legumes have a crucial role in promoting more environmentally-friendly and healthy diets. Here we learned how consumers, citizens, public bodies, policy agencies, and industry are shaping the way we voluntarily or involuntarily make food choices on a daily basis.
Prof. Marta Vasconcelos
Name: Universidade Catolica Portuguese
The first Legume Innovation Network (LIN) Workshop of the Mediterranean Region took place on 20th of April 2018 in Athens, Greece. It brought together TRUE members and Stakeholders across the whole legume based value chain to exchange on the changes needed to achieve an increase in legume production and consumption in Europe, especially in the mediterranean region.
Name: Agricultural University of Athens
TRansition paths to sUstainable legume-based systems in Europe (TRUE) has received funding from the
European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 727973