“Being young is a synonym of change, progress and future. The young generation is aware of the challenges they are facing and know that they have to change the rules to create a good, clean and fair food system. The young generation are the driving force of society and want to take responsibility. And the good part is that they don’t only want to take this responsibility, they already do! All over the world youth are already actively involved to make this change.
Food Wave Live brings together 500 young changemakers from all over Europe to celebrate this movement and inspire more youth to make this change happen. Whether you are a student, work in the food sector or want to learn more about building a sustainable food system: Flevo Campus invites young changemakers to come together @ Food Wave Live. This event will be a great opportunity to learn more about what is happening all around the world in the field of food and get inspired by other food and climate activists.”
Almere is the second largest city in the Amsterdam Area. Located in the province of Flevoland, Almere was built on land that was reclaimed from the sea in a feat of Dutch engineering. Now, more than 40 years later the area has been developed into well-planned residential areas with parks, lakes, modern infrastructure and excellent transport connections. Almere has 211,704 inhabitants (January, 2020). The municipality of Almere comprises the city districts Almere Stad, Almere Haven, Almere Buiten, Almere Hout and Almere Poort.