The strategic agenda is an ongoing programme with a series of actions. We are currently working on the following three concrete actions:
Setting up a learning network around the circular food chain
Frame work path 1 within pillar 1: Facilitate cooperation and knowledge sharing between entrepreneurs in different links of the chain to achieve circular solutions.
What: Within the food chain, circular economy is a term not often used. A learning network can translate this concept into concrete examples to inspire companies and organisations in the food chain and show them the added value of circularity. Within this learning network, we want to move from inspiring, to learning to doing.
Frame within pillar 1 work path 21: Aligning policies across sectors and policy domains with a view to facilitating circular food systems
What: Listing the current legal and administrative barriers that the food chain currently encounters with circular initiatives, raising them with the relevant policy level and then addressing and trying to resolve them
Project group? Fevia, Boerenbond, BFA, VBT
Building out a physical biomass hub
Frames within pillar 3 work path 3: Centralise residual flows via building a sector that focuses entirely on collection and processing of residual flows
What: Developing a biomass hub for processing (green) fresh residue streams into valorised end products. The focus is on primary processing because that is where the greatest potential lies.
Project group? ILVO, VLAIO, Boerenbond, VBT
Other actions are still in the concept phase and will appear on this page when they are further specified.
If you are interested in learning more about these actions, please contact the programme manager of this strategic agenda Katrien Devroe, email@example.com.