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Eleonora Vannuzzi

Eleonora Vannuzzi

Master of Environmental Economics

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The Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (BCFN) has produced an updated version of the traditional Food Pyramid based on the Mediterranean Diet in order to assess the simultaneous impact that food has on human health and the environment. The Double Pyramid model demonstrates how the foods recommended to be consumed most frequently are also those e...
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The Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition has produced an updated version of the traditional food pyramid based on the Mediterranean diet in order to assess the simultaneous impact that food has on human health and the environment. The Double Pyramid Model demonstrates how the foods recommended to be consumed most frequently are also those exerting...

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CO2 utilisation focused on market relevant dimethyl ether production, via 3D printed reactor - and solid oxide cell based technologies https://www.co2fokus.eu/
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Advanced Eco-designed Fibres and Films for large consumer products from biobased polyamides and polyesters in a circular EConomy perspecTIVE, coordinated by AQUAFILSLO. The project aims to demonstrate first of its kind and economically viable ways to produce more sustainable fibres and plastic films. The focus is on making biobased polyamides and polyesters from renewable feedstocks rather than oil and gas and aims to accelerate progress toward a more circular economy and responsible use of materials. The project intends to enable the use of biobased ingredients to go into widely-used consumer products across multiple markets, such as construction, automotive, packaging, garments, carpets and textile, and demonstrate improved ways of recycling or biodegrading materials.
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The project is owned by ENEL Global Procurement Team based in Rome, Italy and is described at https://globalprocurement.enel.com/it/sostenibilita/a201706-economia-circolare-e-il-progetto-epd.html