Inspire me!

IFOAM - Organics International and other organic organisations have not only partnered with us on shaping an organic vision for Europe, they are also working on the future in their own contexts. Opinions and backgrounds may differ but we share the common goal of making the world we live in a better place by improving that vital system that touches all of us: food and farming.

Inspiring ideas how the organic movement can develop:

Read the vision for future research and innovation into organic food and farming and agroecological systems in the updated strategic research and innovation agenda for organic food and farming from TP Organics
Find out how the global organic movement sees bringing organic out of its current niche into the mainstream and positioning organic systems as part of the multiple solutions needed to solve the tremendous challenges faced by our planet and our species.
Gain insight into the developments of the global vision for organic farming research that is being performed by IFOAM – Organics International and FiBL for the global organic technology platform TIPI
Learn how Soil Association is facing the future and striving to safeguard good food for all in organic farming, food and land use systems
Get informed about major global trends that will shape the consumer culture and learn what impact these trends could have on the development of the organic movement in German-speaking markets and beyond
Greenpeace's Food and Farming Vision describes what Ecological Farming means, and how it can be summarised in seven overarching, interdependent principles – based on a growing body of scientific evidence.
Learn about guiding principles & priorities defined by AöL, organic food processors in Germany, Switzerland & Austria: responsibility for nature, value of food, society and social responsibility, a meaningful legal framework, integrity and transparency, and respect of animals.
Organic Cluster performed a vision study among 40 organic experts resulting in four different scenarios for the organic sector: one that falls apart, gains ground, turns into big business or weakens. Read an article with more information about the study
Discover this ongoing research initiative evaluating the future of German research in organic farming. This visioning process focusses on the challenges for organic farming research in Germany
Learn how different stakeholders gathered & discussed the future of organics in the Netherlands in October 2015. Participants discussed the future on a theme-by-theme basis and put forward proposals about the best way to reach the future of organics. The results of this process will be presented at Bio-beurs on 20 January 2016.