NoAW on EIT Climate-KIC Journey event in Budapest
2019. September 10. 07:09
NoAW was presented by Campden BRI Hungary at the EIT Climate-KIC Journey event in Budapest, 28th of August, 2019.
EIT Climate-KIC Journey is the world’s largest climate innovation summer school which is hosted in European cities for university students interested in climate change. The Journey offers a unique combination of academic study & real-world experience. In 2019 The Journey Community Summit was organized in Budapest for 200 students from European universities (27-28th of August).
NoAW project is dealing with innovative approaches to turn agricultural waste into ecological and economic assets, which is a circular economy approach for agricultural wastes on a territorial and seasonal scale. Agriculture both contributes to and is affected by climate change. Reducing GHG emissions and the adoptation of food production to the changing environment is both necessary. In the presentation titled “Circular bio-based economy approach for agricultural wastes” the climate related issues of agriculture and agro-waste management innovations were highlighted for the audience.