European Sustenance Reasonable Utilization and Generation Round Table.

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Scope: Food and beverage items over the entire life-cycle. Nourishment on-screen characters: 23 European natural pecking order associations ... European Liaison Committee for Agricultural and Agri-Food Trade ...
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European Food Sustainable Consumption and Production Round Table Status: 14 October 2010 1

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Structure of the presentation Round Table Characteristics Membership Whole chain approach/voting demographics Key Objectives Governance Structure Mandates of the Working Groups Achievements as such

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Key attributes Official dispatch: 6 May 2009 in Brussels Vision: Promote science-based, intelligent way to deal with SCP in the food segment, consider collaborations over the whole evolved way of life Working ranges: Methodology, correspondence, persistent change Scope: Food and drink items over the entire life-cycle Food performing artists: 23 European evolved way of life associations (July 2010) Co-seats: European Commission (DGs ENV, SANCO, JRC, ENTR) Support: UNEP, European Environment Agency Observers: National governments, Eurogroup for Animals, WWF, seats offered to purchaser bunches and different NGOs Participation: EU level associations subject to mastery and duty

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9 establishing associations Confederation of the Food and Drink Industries in the EU (CIAA) European Community of Consumer Cooperatives (EUROCOOP) European Farmers and European Agri ‐Cooperatives (COPA‐COGECA) European Feed Manufacturers\' Federation (FEFAC) Europe International Federation for Animal Health – Europe (IFAH) European Liaison Committee for Agricultural and Agri ‐Food Trade (CELCAA) European Organization for Packaging and the Environment (EUROPEN) FERTILIZERS EUROPE Packaging Recovery Organization Europe (PRO EUROPE)

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15 other part associations Alliance for Beverage Carton and the Environment (ACE) Association of Poultry Processors and Poultry Trade in the EU ( a.v.e.c .) Corrugated Board Manufacturers (FEFCO) European Aluminum Association (EAA) European Association for Bio-Industries ( EuropaBio ) European Container Glass Association (FEVE) European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) European Federation of Contract Catering Organizations (FERCO) European Metal Packaging ( Empac ) European Moderns Restaurants Association (EMRA) European Plastic Converters ( EuPC ) European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL) EU Feed Additives and Premixtures Association (FEFANA) Flexible Packaging Europe (FPE) Primary Food Processors (PFP)

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17 onlooker associations (1) Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality Eurogroup for Animals French Environment & Energy Management Agency (ADEME) Hungarian Ministry of Rural Development MEEDM - French Ministry for Ecology Netherlands Ministry for Environment Netherlands Agriculture Ministry Spanish Agriculture Ministry Spanish Consumers Union (OCU)

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17 eyewitness associations (2) Sustainability Consortium Swedish National Food Administration Technical University of Denmark UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs UK Food Safety Authority United Nations Development Program (UNDP) WWF

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2 supporting associations European Environment Agency (EEA) United Nation Environment Program (UNEP) Co-Chairing: European Commission

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Eligible electorates Suppliers to the rural division Farmers and agri-cooperatives Agricultural exchange Food and beverage businesses Packaging esteem chain Transport & logistics administrators Retailers End-of-life Consumer NGOs Environmental NGOs

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Involvement of different specialists Other important specialists, who don\'t speak to formal part association of the RT (e.g. national powers, science, the educated community, performing artists outside the EU), are welcome to take an interest in the process at whatever point their ability can add to a solid thing under thought. Significant specialists intrigued by adding to the RT\'s targets are welcome to contact the RT Secretariat –

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Three Key Objectives: Establish logically dependable and uniform natural appraisal strategies for sustenance and beverages Identify appropriate instruments and direction for willful ecological correspondence to shoppers and different partners Promote persistent natural change measures along the whole nourishment production network;

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Governance structure All RT bodies are co-led by the European Commission and delegates of the RT voting demographics 12

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Co-leading of the RT bodies (1) Plenary Soledad BLANCO (DG ENV, Director Industry, European Commission) Pekka PESONEN ( Copa‐Cogeca , Secretary General) Steering Committee Herbert AICHINGER (DG ENV, Adviser to Soledad Blanco, European Commission) Pascal GREVERATH (CIAA, Director Environmental Sustainability, Nestlé)

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Co-leading of the RT bodies (2) WG1: Environment evaluation David PENNINGTON (DG Joint Research Center, European Commission) Jean‐Pierre RENNAUD (CIAA, Director Environment, Groupe Danone ) WG2: Environmental data Marek HAVRDA (DG SANCO, European Commission) Tania RUNGE ( Copa‐Cogeca , General Affairs Advisor) Vice‐co ‐chair: Rosita ZILLI (EURO COOP, Advisor Environmental Affairs) WG3: Continuous change Harald SCHÖNBERGER (DG Joint Research Center, European Commission) Christian PALLIERE (Fertilizers Europe, Director Agriculture and Environment) Vice‐co ‐chair: Rosita ZILLI (EURO COOP, Advisor Environmental Affairs) WG4:International and non‐environmental angles Giulia DEL BRENNA (DG Enterprise and Industry, Acting Head of Unit F.4 – Food Industry) Jean Michel ASPAR (CELCAA, Project Leader Public Affairs Louis Dreyfus Commodities)

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The commands basically WG1: Environment evaluation "Controlling Principles" on the ecological evaluation of sustenance and beverages (mid 2010) Establishment of predictable systems to execute the standards (2010/2011) WG2 : Environmental data "Managing Principles" on ecological data to customers + others (mid 2010) Evaluation of existing and rising devices + suggestions on their utilization (2010) WG3: Continuous change Identify the key natural difficulties along the different F&D chains (mid 2011) Map existing and rising industry and multi-partner activities to address them Identify need ranges for consistent change, R&D and eco-development WG4 : International and non-natural perspectives : What activities inside the extent of WGs 1 – 3 exist or rise at the worldwide level? What suggestions on non-natural perspectives (costs/benefits, SMEs, IM + exchange, sustenance prices,..) Recommendations to WGs 1 – 3 (2010)

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The Lead Principle Environmental data imparted along the evolved way of life, including to purchasers, should be experimentally dependable and predictable, justifiable and not misdirecting, in order to bolster educated decision. 16

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Ten Guiding Principles I - Principles for the deliberate ecological appraisal of sustenance and beverage items Identify and break down the natural perspectives at all life-cycle stages. Survey the noteworthy potential natural effects along the life-cycle. Apply perceived investigative approachs. Intermittently survey and overhaul the ecological appraisal. 17

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Ten Guiding Principles II - Principles for the willful correspondence of ecological data 5. Give data in an effortlessly justifiable and practically identical route to bolster educated decision. 6. Guarantee clarity with respect to the degree and importance of ecological data. 18

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Ten Guiding Principles III - Principles for both willful natural appraisal and correspondence 7. Guarantee straightforwardness of data and fundamental procedures and presumptions. 8. Guarantee that all evolved way of life performing artists can apply the evaluation technique and specialized apparatuses without lopsided weight. 9. Bolster development. 10. Shield the Single Market (Internal Market) and International exchange. 19

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Time plan External counsel on Guiding Principles directed - March 2010 Guiding Principles on natural appraisal and willful correspondence of ecological data on F&D items: 1 st Plenary 2010 - 13 July 2010 Framework evaluation philosophy for F&D items: Interim Report by end 2010; conclusion by end 2011 Guidance on the utilization of deliberate specialized devices: 2 nd half 2010 Reporting on consistent ecological change along the evolved way of life: First Report: Spring 2011 Implementation of the proposals: 2 nd half 2011 onwards International and non‐environmental perspectives: First answer to WGs 1 ‐3: Autumn 2010, constant follow‐up Facilitation of arrangement at universal level: 2010/2011 20

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European Food Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Round Table Eligible associations intrigued by turning into a formal individual from the RT are welcome to contact the RT Secretariat. For any additional data please contact likewise the RT Secretariat: 21

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