We are very grateful if you consider taking some of your time (around 30 minutes) to help us in the project.
This survey was created in the course of the EU project ToNoWaste, which aims to identify pilot projects within the ToNoWaste project.
It is completely voluntary and anonymous.
To include the perspective of a broad spectrum of experts on future solutions, this Delphi survey will be filled by experts in the field of Food Systems in Austria, Spain, Sweden and Greece.
The results from this survey will allow us to identify good practices and relevant impact categories from different perspectives in an early phase of the ToNoWaste project (March to April 2023). The results will be analyzed and used for a second round of survey.
A draft can be saved at any time to continue answering later. This survey will be online from the 8th March until the 7th of April 2023.
There are three main sections to the survey:
- Your opinion on some examples of potential pilot-projects along the whole value chain based on our three project-workshops that took place between December 2022 and February 2023
- Your suggestions for a pilot-project that either exists already or that should be implemented
- Evaluation of three sets of science-based indicators to assess the environmental, social and economic impact of various initiatives or pilot project (yours or any other) for food waste reduction and prevention
You have the possibility to choose English and German languages.
The Spanish, Swedish and Greek language will be available soon.
For more information, see the website of the project: https://tonowaste.eu/project/
Please do not hesitate to contact us. A contact form is available in the survey.
Mahahid Sotoudeh and Saskia Favreuille for the project team
Towards a New Zero Food Waste Mindset Based on Holistic Assessment (ToNoWaste) is a European project to discover successful approaches toward food waste prevention and reduction
ToNoWaste mission is to encourage actors in European food systems using science and evidence-based tools and lessons learned to make better decisions towards a more sustainable food production and consumption patterns.
- Provide farmers, supply chain companies as well as consumers and policymakers with more objective, integrated, and standardized information about the impacts and global co-benefits of their daily actions
- Co-create a portfolio of positively assessed pathways to shift Europe towards a healthier, more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable food production and consumption
- Create and test processes in pilots developed in: Valencia, Vienna, and Graz
ToNoWaste is a 48-month project in which 21 institutions from 7 countries collaborate to overcome this challenge with a multi-stakeholder and interdisciplinary approach that considers not only agronomic, economic, environmental and business model challenges, but also other cross-cutting aspects such as psychology, law and social innovation to fight also against gender and social inequalities. ToNoWaste will inspire market actors to use science and evidence-based assessment tools and data to make better decisions towards more sustainable food production and consumption patterns. It starts from research on what makes the best decision regarding FWPR actions in the fresh food value chain. It is an open innovation ecosystem designed to leverage previous findings for the identification of social, technical/environmental, economic, political/legal, ethical and demographic drivers and to collaborate with ongoing R&D actions to propose comprehensive FWPR solutions.