Interview with Prof. Martina Schraudner from acatech

Our youngest member of the Global Food Summit Board of Trustees is acatech – the National Academy of Science and Engineering. It is sponored by the German Government and the national voice of engeneering in and out of Germany. The acatech gives advice to politics and society when ist comes to questions of sience and the future of science and engineering. We asked some questions to Prof. Martina Schraudner, the acatech member at the Global Food Summit Board of Trustees.



Essay in the online magazine Novo: Will the future of agriculture take place in the cities?

Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein has published an essay in the online magazine Novo about "the urban future of agriculture", examining whether the innovative agricultural sector of the future will take place in cities rather than in rural areas.



Interview with Dr. Michael Binder, Director Sustainability Development, Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH

In fact, the chemical specialist Evonik is better known for its high-performance materials. But the company has also been active in the food industry for years. Dr. Michael Binder is responsible for sustainability in the Nutrition & Care segment and talks in an interview about the contribution and importance of this topic for Evonik.



"der Freitag" reports about our cooperation event "Essen neu denken" with "young+restless" from December 13, 2018

Carrots from the subway?
The world's population is growing. More and more people are moving to cities. What does this mean for nutrition? A discussion about vegetables in containers and free-range lettuce.



Interview with His Excellency, the Ambassador of Canada, Stéphane Dion

Canada will be participating in the Global Food Summit in 2019 through the City of Guelph, Wellington, and present their project "50x50x50 by 2025 - Creating Canada's first circular food economy".
We spoke with the Ambassador of Canada in Germany, His Excellency Stéphane Dion.