Within the framework of Sustainability Thematic Week*, the students of 12th grade of Fészek Waldorf Iskola, Gimnázium és Alapfokú Művészeti Iskola, Solymár joined in...

  School gardens, dating back many centuries in Hungary, are one of the most complex tools of education for sustainable development and environmental education. Throughout...

  The reduction of single-use plastic packaging was the subject of the 6th Roundtable of the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) on March 25,...

On the occasion of the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste the National Food Chain Safety Office published the results of the...

The Wasteless programme published a food stockpiling guide for consumers, in relation to the pandemic situation. The guide gives hints about importance of a maximum...

The research team of the Wasteless programme published a study which aimed to explore behavioural patterns behind household food waste with partial least square structural...

  The COVID-19 epidemic has been resulted in the hoarding of food reserves in many households. For this reason the National Food Chain Safety Office...

  The National Food Chain Safety Office’s educational materials have been collected on a new website, available at: nebihoktatas.hu. On this page, the teachers can easily...

  Due to measures taken to restrict the epidemic, children are not allowed to attend schools, thus the classic school programme activities of Wasteless had...

  The team Wasteless was invited by EASME to exhibit at Ecomondo, the largest Western European green technology expo of the year. The event attracted...