25. Sep. 2024 to 27. Sep. 2024
Archanes, CR
Crete GR

The Hellenic Mediterranean University is organising in the last week of September 2024, Wednesday 25 to Friday 27, the Rethink Food Resources, Loses, and Waste Conference, in Archanes, Crete, Greece, under the short title RETASTE 2024.

The central aim of RETASTE is to bring together researchers from all aspects of the food supply value and afterlife chain, meaning from farm to fork and beyond, to discuss sustainability and circularity. This is the 4th RETASTE and we’re organising it as a hybrid event, allowing all participants, whether they travel to Heraklion or participate from abroad, to be involved in the same sessions and be fully interactive in real-time.

Abstract submission is open for one more month, until May 31, 2024. As numerous abstracts have already been accepted during the rolling monthly evaluation process, slots for oral presentations are limited. If you are interested in participating in the Conference, you can submit your abstract or contact Ioannis Daliakopoulos (Member of the Organising Committee of the RETASTE Conference and Assistant Professor of Agro-informatics at the Department of Agriculture of the Hellenic Mediterranean University) directly, as he will be managing the respective session.

At the moment, four scientific journals, Sustainability Switzerland (open access), Waste and Biomass Valorization, Scientia Horticulturae and Energy NEXUS will host Special Issues directly related with agriculture and natural resources use optimisation, in an effort to cover all aspects of the Conference.

Visit the RETASTE 2024 homepage for more information.


International standards for food study programmes

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