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NEW: Folge 55 -Our annual review 2021

In the last podcast of the year, Lara and Thilo look back on an eventful 2021.

The two spoke to numerous politicians, activists and scientists and learned a lot about the various aspects of sustainability. The consequences of man-made climate change have once again become very clear this year: the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has warned against a further increase in global warming, over 100 countries have struggled for more protection for the forest climate buffer and Fridays for Future has in Glasgow talked about a greenwashing event at the World Climate Conference.

What does all of this have to do with sustainable agricultural supply chains and which insights are particularly stuck?

Joint statement on the Supply Chain Act

In a joint statement, 33 companies and organisations have committed themselves to the Supply Chain Act. They want to take responsibility together with the German government to make their supply chains sustainable and traceable from the country of production to German and European supermarkets.

INATrace – the traceability tool for sustainable supply chains

INATrace is a transferable, open source blockchain-based traceability solution that makes agricultural commodities traceable from production up to the final product.