BONEX project presented at CARE Workshop on Responsible Consumption

BONEX project presented at CARE Workshop on Responsible Consumption

BONEX project presented at CARE Workshop on Responsible Consumption

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Representing BIOAZUL, Ángela Magno participated in a workshop organized by the Erasmus+ CARE project titled “Hacia un consumo más responsable” (Towards More Responsible Consumption) on February 21st.  The event, held at the Faculty of Economics and Business Sciences at the University of Malaga, showcased the outcomes of the CARE project over the past two years and fostered discussions on fostering sustainable and responsible consumption practices.

Furthermore, the workshop jointed experts and professionals from various fields deliberated on strategies for making conscientious consumption decisions that contribute to a more sustainable and equitable planet. The agenda included presentations and roundtable discussions focusing on different dimensions of responsible consumption.

During the round table discussion titled “Dimensions of Responsible Consumption,” representatives from various thematic areas, including WATER represented by BIOAZUL, came together to address the complexities of promoting responsible consumption across different sectors. Throughout the discussion, the participants emphasized the urgent need for sustainable practices and highlighted the challenges specific to their respective fields, such as water scarcity, transportation emissions, sustainable agriculture, and industrial impacts on the environment. In representing BIOAZUL, the focus was on sustainable water management, highlighting the critical role of efficient water usage and innovative solutions in addressing water-related sustainability challenges. By showcasing the BONEX project’s approach to the Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystem (WEFE) nexus, participants demonstrated how collaborative efforts, such as stakeholder engagement and innovative technologies, can contribute to promoting responsible consumption and sustainable resource management. Overall, the round table underscored the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and holistic strategies in advancing responsible consumption practices, aligning closely with the objectives of the BONEX project to address water-related sustainability issues through innovative solutions and stakeholder engagement.

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