During the TLJ in Lombardy, participants discovered the following 6 Good Practices of LCA for monitoring and evaluating policies, coming from LCA4Regions partners' territories:

A short summary of each practice and additional practices are included in the Transnational Learning Document #6.

A study visit also took participants of the TLJ to two symbolic places of Milano when it comes to food waste prevention and community: the Milano Food Hub and the Refettorio Ambrosiano.

Regarding the Milano Food Hub, the City of Milan has won the first edition of the international award “Earthshot prize” for the best solutions to protect the environment: the "hub di quartiere" (neighborhood hubs) food policy project to prevent food waste. Partners visited one of them: the Food hub Isola.

The Refettorio Ambrosiano is an initiative where people in need can find free meals every day, prepared with unsold food collected from large-scale retailers.

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