Developing a Carbon Neutral Circular Economy in the Food Value Chain
One of the big challenges of building a carbon neutral circular economy has been measurement. Why is it important? So that we can confidently take action that leads us in the right direction. In addition, when analysing a topic of complexity, such as the functioning of an economy, or even a more narrow field such as the production of food, the action of any single organisation is not sufficient to bring about systems level change. To effectively reduce emissions and enable a carbon neutral circular economy we need to be able to understand entire value chains to prioritise where measures are most effective. Developing digital tools to assist in the measurement, tracking and reporting of emissions is key in decarbonising food production throughout its value chain.
CEO of Biocode
“Biocode is a Finnish service innovation for food companies, farmers and consumers to make ecological choices. It strengthens the competitiveness of products by providing current and company-specific information and tools to mitigate climate change and product visibility.”