Bogota, 3 September: CECODES, the Colombian Business Council for Sustainable Development published the 23rd publication of the virtual magazine SOSTENIBLEMENTE on food safety through a virtual discussion - with public and private organizations and civil society participants working on this issue in Colombia.
SOSTENIBLE-MENTE is the virtual publication of the Colombian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CECODES) that aims to make the concept of Sustainability visible through the dissemination of journalistic content such as interviews, good practices, expert points of view and articles from members of the Network of Journalists for Sustainable Development created by the Colombian BCSD.
For the 23rd edition of this publication, the topic of Food Safety was addressed based on WBCSD's Food & Nature program. Diane Holdorf, Managing Director of Food & Nature was one of the participants with organizations that work in Colombia such as the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Fedearroz, FAO, BASF, ABACO, Alianza Team, Unilever and journalists who are members of the Network
The BCSD of Argentina was also invited to participate in this edition.
We invite you to read this edition in which you will find the roadmap that the WBCSD proposes for the transformation of the food system and that regional chapters such as the BCSD in Colombia apply with their associated companies.
A recording of the event is available here.
The Colombian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CECODES) is the Colombian chapter of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) that has 25 years of experience in accompanying large companies in the process of understanding and adapting sustainability to the context of every business. This adaptation is achieved through the union between theory and practical experience because from CECODES they know the importance of researching, learning from success initiative and executing projects that minimize risks and maximize benefits for the company, its stakeholders and the planet.