Ensuring a sustainable food future is one of the biggest challenges of our time and a powerful driver of innovation. Last year, time and innovation researchers from CBS invited executives, entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers from the Danish food industry to a workshop to explore the role of innovation in shaping the future of sustainable food.
All eight universities in Denmark have joined forces on a new research centre that will create interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers in Denmark and international partners. The new centre START - Centre for SusTainable AgRifood sysTems - will play a key role in the development of future solutions for green transition within agricultural and food systems.
Copenhagen School of Energy (CSEI) kicked-off a socio-economic research project in cooperation with the European Commission to foster system integration and efficiency in EU-level energy network planning