A leap forward in sustainability
Dutch agriculture is challenged to do a giant leap forward in sustainable farming. Future farming will be climate friendly and is resistant to climate change. Such agriculture contributes significantly to biodiversity, it is increasingly circular and less dependent on chemical means to protect cattles and crops. Sustainable agriculture yields a societal reward which needs to be calculated in fair pricing for the products farmers are producing.
Working on new agriculture
We support our customers in realising what it takes for future farming. We collaborate to close loops, to achieve climate targets, to reduce the use of chemical crop protection and to establish a nature inclusive agricultural sector. Furthermore, we provide support in creating added market value and societal appreciation for the work of sustainable farmers.
Knowledge and passion
Our expert team of professionals in agriculture, environment, climate and communication are sensitive to what society requires. This combination of interests, in-depth knowledge and social involvement adds up to a team of hands-on experts aimed at creating positive impact. Our broad network allows us to efficiently convene all relevant stakeholders and getting things done.
- Strategic advice in policy and research
- Facilitating implementation of farming practices
- Communication on sustainable farming
Bridging the 'Internet of Things' and the agri-food sector
S&P leads the communication activities of the IoF2020, a Horizon 2020 project aiming at demonstrating how the agri-food sector can benefit from the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) technologies. The project is expected to deliver full-scale demonstrations of IoT solutions into the agri-food sector and pave the way towards a more sustainable and efficient sector (e.g. food waste reduction).
Insects as a sustainable source of proteins
The International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF) aims to make the insect industry prosper by promoting insects as a source of animal proteins for both human consumption and animal feed. The organisation is composed of 28 members from 14 different countries.
Since late 2014 Schuttelaar & Partners has been managing the secretariat of IPIFF and further professionalized its communications and the public affairs activities. Schuttelaar & Partners has succeeded in expanding the membership base from five to almost thirty. Today, IPIFF is well known by European media and institutions as the leading voice for the insect breeders.
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