To promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Agenda – with respect to food, waste, climate, economic development and protection of the environment – across the island of Ireland through a stakeholder-led coalition. This envisions waste as a valuable nutrient resource and advocates for its sustainable reuse.
The Irish Nutrient Sustainability Platform is founded on the principle that waste is a valuable resource of nutrients, energy and other high-value products. It’s mission is to promote sustainable nutrient management on the island of Ireland in the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Agenda. The Platform seeks to enhance economic prosperity, whilst safeguarding the environment, by supporting the implementation of a nutrient circular and sustainable society, through stakeholder co-operation, value chain development, corporate responsibility, education, technological innovation, knowledge exchange, dissemination and informing policy.
For more information on the Platform or how to become a member, please contact:
Irish Nutrient Sustainability Platform
Queen’s University Belfast
School of Biological Sciences &
Institute for Global Food Security
19 Chlorine Gardens
Belfast BT9 5DL
T: +353 (0)879000361