When will the eco-footprint for food be introduced in Germany?

In an interview with Tagesspiegel Backround, corsus argues in favour of the eco-footprint of food and calls for standardised rules for environmental labels in Germany.

The „10 Must Knows“ for the conservation of biodiversity have been published

The 10 Must Knows from biodiversity research were published in english today. Dr Ulrike Eberle was involved in updating the 10 Must Knows for the conservation of biodiversity.

corsus presents methodological concept for a climate and environmental label at „Agricultural research on climate change“ conference

Marius Rödder presented the methodological concept for a climate and environmental label at the DAFA conference “Agricultural Research on Climate Change” (11 to 14 March 2024 in Potsdam).

Presentation by Dr Ulrike Eberle at the Bitkom FoodTech#7 roundtable

On 11 March 2024, Ulrike Eberle gave a presentation on the climate labelling of food and the database required for this at Bitkom’s Food Tech #7 roundtable in Berlin

EEKLIM: Workshop on the methodological concept of environmental labelling for food

corsus discusses with the members of the Together for Carbon Labelling (TCL) initiative the methodological concept for an environmental label for food developed as part of the EEKLIM project

corsus moderated workshop on soil health at Biofach 2024

Ulrike Eberle from corsus moderated a workshop on soil health together with WWF Germany and BNN at the Biofach 2024 trade fair in Nuremberg on 15 February

Carola Strycharz in an interview about her work as project administrator at corsus

Carola Strycharz interviewed about her current work as project administrator for the CLIF Climate Impacts of Food project at corsus.

Lecture by Dr Ulrike Eberle in the Bundestag on environmental labels for food

On 19 October 2023, Dr Ulrike Eberle gave a presentation on environmental labelling of food products to members of the German Bundestag as part of the initiative ‘Together for Carbon Labelling’ (TCL).

corsus at the global Fridays for Future climate strike in Hamburg

corsus participated in this year’s global climate strike because we see ourselves as an active part of civil society and take a position on socio-political issues that affect us as a company. Therefore, we support the demands of the organisers of Fridays for Future (FFF) and want to contribute with our advice to the necessary transformation for a sustainable future.

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