Impulse lecture by Ulrike Eberle in the ZNU working group „Sustainable Products“ on concrete recommendations for an eco-label for food products

As part of the digital working group “Sustainable Products” of the Center for Sustainable Corporate Management at Witten/Herdecke University, Ulrike Eberle presented the expert opinion “Climate Label versus Eco-Score” on January 25.

Book of Proceedings of the International Food Life Cycle Assessment Conference 2022 published

The conference proceedings of the International Food Life Cycle Assessment Conference 2022 have been published. corsus is represented with two contributions on environmental impacts of food.

Report on environmental labeling for food published

How should a successful environmental labeling for food be designed?
corsus has prepared an assessment report together with Zühlsdorf + Partner and the KATALYSE Institute.

corsus at COP27: Life cycle assessment is the basis for many assessment approaches

Ulrike Eberle gave a short presentation on the interrelationships between True Cost Accounting (TCA) and Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to reduce environmental impacts.
“A socio-ecological transformation of food systems is urgently needed. Life Cycle Assessment and True Cost Accounting show where priority action is needed: less animal-based food, more legumes and nuts, more social justice, less food waste and more sustainable agricultural production are the levers. Make sustainable choices easy choices!”

corsus presents project results at the 13th International Conference on Life Cycle Assessment of Food

The International Food Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Conference 2022 was held in Lima, Peru from October 12-15, 2022. Food LCA experts from all over the world presented the latest research results. The corsus team was also represented at the conference with several presentations: Dr. Ulrike Eberle and Nico Mumm presented in two lectures the results of the Besseresser:innen study, in which corsus determined the environmental impact of nutrition in Germany on behalf of WWF Germany.

CLIF Workshop on Methodological Issues for the Communication Tool at the 2022 International Food Life Cycle Assessment Conference.

On October 11, corsus conducted a workshop on methodological issues at the International Food Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Conference 2022, taking place this year in Lima, Peru. More than 50 LCA experts provided valuable input for the development of the Food Impacts Toolkit (FIT), which will form the basis for the CLIF communication tool being developed as part of the CLIF project.

visits to producers of mate, sugar and soy in Paraguay

CLIF case studies Paraguay: corsus travels for product case studies to producers of mate, sugar & soy in Paraguay

First workshop of the CLIF workshop series: Major environmental impacts of food consumption and production

First workshop of the CLIF workshop series: Major environmental impacts of food consumption and production

Interview – at the intersection of research and consulting

Since the beginning of 2022, Nico Mumm and Julian Quandt have been doing their doctorates in the BioVal research project at Bochum University of Applied Sciences in parallel to their work at corsus. The aim of the project is to identify and reduce the negative effects of food production and consumption on biodiversity and ultimately to transform them into positive effects – a topic that corsus has also been working on for a long time. This combination of research and consulting complements each other perfectly, because a cornerstone of corsus’ consulting is to incorporate the latest scientific findings and to always be up-to-date. On the other side of the interface, research can be aligned with applicability in mind, based on practical experience.

Weekly menus for sustainable nutrition: eat better planetary culinary

WWF Germany has had three weekly menus developed from the results of the study conducted by corsus on the environmental impact of nutrition. For the study “So schmeckt Zukunft. The Culinary Compass for a Healthy Earth”, corsus translated the recommendations of the Eat Lancet Commission into three scenarios for Germany: a flexitarian, a vegetarian and a vegan diet.

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