State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet will be launched in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 25th to mark the official opening of Worldwatch’s European office, in partnership with the European Environment Agency.
The launch, which will feature refreshments from local sustainable caterers, Hahnemann’s Kitchen and Dirt Café, and will showcase a policy debate on Europe’s role in promoting sustainable agriculture practices towards the creation of a healthier global food system. The debate will include speakers such as Elsebeth Krogh, Chairwoman of ActionAid Denmark, Hans Herren, President of Millennium Institute and contributing author to State of the World 2011, and Jacqueline McGlade, Executive Director of the European Environment Agency.
Senior Researcher and co-project Director Danielle Nierenberg, who spent the last year researching on the ground in over 25 countries in Africa, will also participate in the launch events. She will present key findings from the report, including a roadmap for agricultural investment in successful projects that can prevent food waste, build resilience to climate change, and strengthen farming in cities.
The event will be hosted by the European Environment Agency at Kongens Nytorv 6, 1050 Copenhagen K. To register for the event email Europe@worldwatch.org or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +45 3336 7187 in Denmark or (+1) 202-452-1999 x514 in the United States.
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