Sam Kass made vegetable garden for the First Lady
Fighting the good food fight
Sam Kass, a chef by profession, makes his mark in politics and media to fight the good food fight.
EAT Stockholm Food Forum
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This is how Google helps improve our food systems
Lunch with a vision
How can tech companies like Google help improve our food systems? See the interview where Michiel Bakker, Director of Global Food Services at Google, talks about serving lunch with a vision.
EAT AT HUFFINGTON POST
Five C’s to change the world
Almost all of our major global challenges are linked to food; what we eat, how it is produced, and all that is wasted. We are beginning to grasp the magnitude and complexity of our broken food system, but not even close to fixing it. No expert, government or individual has the recipe, power or influence to single-handedly change the way the world eats. But no matter how ‘super wicked’ our problems seem, there are some exciting entry points for action. EAT has defined five; commissions, cities, children, chefs and cash.
Global Nutrition Report 2016
Three steps to improving nutrition worldwide
Corinna Hawkes, co-Chair of the Global Nutrition Report, urges political leaders to learn from the successes of countries such as Brazil and Kenya.
Food entrepreneur Kimbal Musk
- Real food is the opportunity of our century
Kimbal Musk, previously successful entrepreneur of Silicon Valley and brother of CEO and product architect of Tesla Motors, says “real food” now is taking the place of Internet for great business opportunities.
EAT at Huffington Post
Jamie Oliver: - Use your power!
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
EAT and WBCSD take action to transform the global food system
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and EAT Foundation are partnering to accelerate the transformation towards a healthy and sustainable global food system
Greetings to EAT from UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
"I count on all of you to help this initiative to succeed"
On the first day of EAT Stockholm Food Forum, the delegates received a special greeting from the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Three former presidents
Using their position to make a difference
How can a former head of state leverage their position to make a difference? See the interview with Mary Robinson (Ireland), John Kufuor (Ghana) and José Maria Figueres Olsen (Costa Rica) - three former presidents who are leveraging their influence and experience from their time in office to sound a call for action on global challenges.
Opening adress by Dr. Gunhild A Stordalen
- Find the courage to lead!
Dag Hvaring, new COO of EAT
EAT builds stronger team
EAT Foundation is growing and strengthens the team with a renowned leader. Dag Hvaring joins EAT Foundation as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Winner of local EAT award 2016
Food waste solution for Swedish schools wins the Local EAT Award
(Stockholm 13.06.16) On Monday, Camilla Byrinder and her company, Qualifare Consulting, were announced winners of the Local EAT Award 2016. At the EAT Stockholm Food Forum, she received the winning prize of 100 000 NOK, and business mentoring by Petter Stordalen.
C40 AND EAT LAUNCH NEW PARTNERSHIP
C40 and EAT partner to tackle urban food challenges and address impacts of climate change
The new C40 Food Systems Network was launched on the first day of the EAT Stockholm Food Forum (June 13th). EAT is partnering with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group to help cities find solutions and develop new policies to tackle food systems challenges.
The meals at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum
A taste of tomorrow
The EAT-Lancet Commission
International research project launched to investigate healthy and sustainable diets
An international team of scientists has begun work to assess whether transformation of the global food system is possible in order to deliver healthy and sustainable diets to feed a growing world population. The EAT-Lancet Commission, which consists of 20 world-renowned scientists, kicked off their work in Stockholm on June 11th and 12th prior to the EAT Stockholm Food Forum.
INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (IFAD) AT EAT
5 ways farmers in developing countries can boost global sustainability
Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and a speaker at the 2016 EAT Stockholm Food Forum, explains why investing in small-scale farmers and rural development can improve global food production and safeguard the environment.
Climate Justice advocate Mary Robinson
– Climate policies need to be people centered and respect human rights
Climate justice advocate Mary Robinson called today for climate policies that are people centred and respect human rights, to avoid unintended consequences.
Jamie Oliver at EAT Stockholm Food Forum
The campaigning chef
“I'm really excited to be at the EAT forum and to be working alongside incredible people
from the political, scientific and business community who are involved in this terrific initiative – together, we can fix the broken food system.”
Prime Minister of Samoa at EAT Stockholm Food Forum:
Small island nation at the front line of climate change effects
Today, 94 percent of Samoans are classified as overweight (WHO, 2015) Climate changes are responsible for the breakdown of both public health and agriculture.
Cities are where the future happens first
Cities, regarded by many as major contributors to climate change and other environmental challenges, are now becoming laboratories where the most innovative ideas for sustainable living are being tested.
Stockholm Food Forum 2016
This is EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2016
The third EAT Stockholm Food Forum (13-14th of June) brings together some of the world’s brightest people in the fields of science, politics, business and civil society to shift food systems towards greater sustainability, health, security, and equity within the boundaries of our planet.
Nordic Ministers at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2016
A disturbing trend of diseases related to nutrition and low physical activity
Gabriel Wikström, Sweden’s Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport, is one of five Nordic Ministers contributing at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum June 13–14th.
Modern farming with reduced environmental cost
Controlled indoor farming without the use of pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or even soil is the new way of growing food. The project will be presented at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum, June 13–14th.
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