Baltic environment, food and health:
from habits to awareness.

Presentations 10.10.2013

International seminar "Footprints of Food: from data to awareness" on 10th of October 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia.

Session 1 “What do we know about environmental impacts of food?”

pdf How we do it in project FOODWEB? (.pdf 1,9Mb) – Sirpa Kurppa (MTT Agrifood Research Finland)

pdf How not to eat away our planets future? (.pdf 1,1Mb) – Tuomas Mattila (Finnish Environment Institute)

 

Session 2 “What kind of public data is available?”

pdf Data sources on environmental impacts of food (.pdf 2,7Mb) – Virpi Vorne (MTT Agrifood Research Finland)

pdf Web-based nutritional data sources in Estonia (.pdf 1,1Mb) – Ann Jõeleht and Tagli Pitsi (National Institute for Health Development)

 

Session 3 “How to make sense of all that data?”

Risks and benefits on our lunch plate (demostration of xlsx Foodplate evaluation tool 1.01 beta (.xlsx 0,3Mb)) – Tuomas Mattila (Finnish Environment Institute) and Veljo Runnel

pdf Life cycle thinking on examples of ketchup and fish (.pdf 0,2Mb) – Siret Talve (University of Tartu)

 

Session 4 “From data to awareness”

pdf Finnish-Estonian-Latvian study: awareness about food and envrionment (.pdf 2,4Mb) – Triin Esko (Science Centre AHHAA)

pdf How food companies lower their footprint? (.pdf 1,6Mb) – Aki Finer (food concern Raisio Group)

pdf How much food goes to waste? (.pdf 1,5Mb) – Pieter Boerefijn (Estonian Food Bank)

pdf How to present the environmental impacts of food interactively? (.pdf 0,5Mb) – Helin Haga (Science Centre AHHAA)

pdf Food communication models in practise (.pdf 1,9Mb) – Raimonds Ernsteins (University of Latvia)

 

pdf Summary (.pdf 0,4Mb)

Presentations 10.10.2013 International seminar "Footprints of Food: from data to awareness" on 10th of October 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia.