The IZT is one of the leading institutions for scientific futures research in Europe and develops future-oriented studies with long-term societal value. It supports decision-makers in politics, business and society. By analysing and assessing trends, new technologies and their environment, the IZT further supports the development of the innovative sustainable products, processes and services in the economy and politics.
The project CLIKIS-Network is funded by The European Climate Initiative (EUKI) under contract number 81260355. EUKI is a project financing instrument by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK). Its implementation is supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
The Wuppertal Institute is a think tank for sustainability research focused on impact and practical application on society. The aim of the research is to evaluate social changes for a climate-neutral and resource-light society in order to design a 1.5-degree lifestyle. By using sustainability and resource assessment, Wuppertal Institute supports change in companies and households to enable sustainable production and consumption systems.
The RED FORK is a company involved in research & development in biotechnology and is a leading player in Croatia working on the promotion of healthy nutrition. RED FORK is working with schools and kindergartens with the project called Healthy Meal Standard – Nutrition Category Management System. For the last five years, it represents a unique blend of expert knowledge, passion and teamwork in the area of biotechnology, nutrition, business and IT science.
The Estonian Green Movement (EGM) is a non-profit organisation engaged in environmental protection. The aim of EGM is to improve the situation of enviromental protection and guide our society towards a green sustainable way of thinking. We have around 11 active workers and around 1 000 members. Main campaign areas are urban environment, consumption, environmental policy, energy and climate. We spread our word trough education, direct action and advocacy to the general public.
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WHAT IS CLIKIS?
Climate friendly kitchen in schools
The project “CLIKIS – Climate and Energy Efficient Kitchens in Schools” aims to make a contribution to climate protection and shows how energy-efficient cooking can be achieved in school kitchens. School meals are a sensitive area: not only should they be cooked in a healthy, child-friendly and affordable way, the food for the students should also be of high quality. With the CLIKIS project, we aim to balance these requirements with the requirements of climate protection.
The EU’s goal is to reduce emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030 and 80 to 95 percent by 2050, primarily by expanding renewable energies and increasing energy efficiency. “Nutrition” is of comparable importance for the climate as the other energy-intensive areas of “housing” or “mobility”. However, in contrast to the fuel gauge in the car or the gas and electricity consumption, the climate effect of our food is not directly perceivable or visible. The climate impact consists of many direct and/or indirect factors such as the deforestation of rainforests for cattle breeding or soy cultivation, methane emissions from ruminants, the cooling chain, the use of artificial fertilizers, the amount of waste or the transport route of foodstuffs.
On November 4th, over 50 people interested in the CLIKIS NETWORK project participated in our conference. CLIKIS conference in Sisak – promo video The conference started with opening speeches from Mr Branimir Spajić, CLIKIS coordinator for Croatia, Ms Kristina Ikić-Baniček the mayor of Sisak, and from Dr. Michael Scharp of
On October 7th, over 70 people interested in healthy, tasty and climate friendly school food gathered in Tartu Nature House, Estonia. It was a pleasure to open the conference with welcoming words by long-time CLIKIS-project lead, Malte Schmidthals from IZT. The CLIKIS-analysis results and manual for climate analysis of school
Today we sent out our fifth Newsletter to our subscribers. The newsletter can be previewed via this link Topics covered in the newsletter: Invitation to conferences in Estonia and Croatia Sustainable practices corner (tips) Sharing good Estonian vegetarian recipe for borscht Introducing CLIKIS Moodle teaching units Follow us via Facebook
Dear attendees and speakers, Once more we would like to thank each and every one of you for attending our online Zoom conference.Also, we would like to notify you that we will be sending out the speaker presentations next week, along with all the Padlet information we gathered during the
CLIKIS and Healthy Meal Standard CHEF’S ACADEMY is an education for culinary staff of primary schools in the City of Sisak, which took place on March 19, 2022, at the Braće Bobetko Elementary School. At CLIKIS and Healthy Meal Standard Academy for Culinary Workers, several theoretical trainings were held, which
Today we sent out our third Newsletter to our subscribers. The newsletter can be previewed via this link Register for the online conference The conference will be held online via Zoom platform. You need to register for the conference (it’s free!) to receive a Zoom link for participation. Click here Topics