COP 27 has marked the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the UNFCCC in Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt) from 6-20 November 2022. One of the main outcomes of COP27 is the establishment of a loss and damage fund to save livelihoods and support low- and middle-income economies qualified to be as the main victims of the violent disasters hitting the planet. Disasters that are often associated to the global steadily increase of GHG emissions. Parties have also reaffirmed their support and highlighted the necessity for the adoption of and clean innovative solutions that would help to deliver the SDGs societal, economic and health goals. Within this context, ENOUGH has been promoted both in the IIR booth as well as in the IIR-EHPA side event “The Clean heating and Cooling Forum” which has focused on the clean heating and cooling opportunities in buildings and food chains and how these can align climate policy with development goals. The event was moderated by Yosr Allouche (IIR) involving speakers form the ENOUGH consortium Judith Evans (LSBU/RD&T) and Toby Peters (UoB/ACES), Didier Coulomb (IIR), others from RAP, DENA Germany and MOP Jutta Paulus.
ENOUGH partners have deep dived into the solutions brought by ENOUGH to cut emissions from the food supply chain, exploring policy, technology and models to be implemented in order to build an environmentally friendly and efficient food supply chain infrastructure.