The government has set new goals for eco - but what do they agree on and what do taxpayers get for the investments that are made?
Join in and influence the debate when eight Riksdag politicians enter the stage to give their answers.
This year's Ecological Future Day focuses on food and sustainable development, from global perspectives and national initiatives to local practical solutions.
We hear how organic production can contribute to the UN's global sustainability goals. We present studies that show how organic production can increase profitability in Swedish agriculture. And we visualize a municipality's sustainability work through the Södertälje roll - a wrap and a concept - developed by the MatLust project in collaboration with local food companies and master chef Mathias Dahlgren.
The Södertälje roll is also served as today's lunch!
It will soon be possible to register for the Organic Future Day - keep an eye out here and at matlust.eu!
: Thursday 17 May, at 09.00–15.30.
Yes: Magasinet / Münchenbryggeriet, Söder Mälarstrand 25, Stockholm.
For who: Business, public sector, academia and civil society - all interested in sustainability and food.
Diverse: Organic Sweden holds annual meeting at 15:30.