Climate label on all meals at Roskilde Festival

Food tech start-up CarbonCloud has entered a collaboration with the Roskilde Festival to support them in their sustainability work. Through CarbonCloud’s innovative climate impact calculator, CarbonAte, all 400 food options served during the festival by 100 different food vendors will be marked with climate labels. This will make it easier for visitors to make sustainable Read more about Climate label on all meals at Roskilde Festival[…]

Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre stipend

Today CarbonCloud was awarded a stipend from The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre for its innovation CarbonAte, the climate labelling tool that makes it easy for restaurants to calculate the climate impact of food and for their customers to make sustainable choices. The stipend of 100 000 SEK is yet another proof that CarbonCloud’s climate Read more about Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre stipend[…]

Partnership with WWF –

Today WWF lauches the food concept One Planet Plate – meals that fit within one planet and are compatible with the Paris agreement goal of maximum 1.5 degrees of global warming. The concept also benefits biodiversity. Food suppliers, restaurants and schools are now preparing to try the concept. In order for private consumers to gain Read more about Partnership with WWF –[…]