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STOCKHOLM
FOOD
FORUM

Stockholm Food Forum 2014

In May 2014 the first annual EAT Stockholm Food Forum welcomed participants from all over the world to help set goals and guidelines for the future. In an informal atmosphere, reflected by the warmth and generosity of its host city, the forum offered lectures and panel discussions featuring global leaders in the fields of science, politics and business. But more than that, it also offered a truly unique arena for interdisciplinary dialogue.

A central element of the EAT Initiative is the annual EAT Stockholm Food Forum, where a high-level community of some 500 experts and stakeholders from science, business, policy, and civil society gather for interactive discussions and advancing solutions for healthier and more sustainable food systems. Taking place in Stockholm, Sweden, in early summer every year, the annual EAT Stockholm Food Forum provides an informal platform of mutual trust and inspiration among the delegates for better defining the challenges, outlining solutions and future actions, show-casing concrete results and progress, and exchanging experience and ideas.

The Program

Final schedule (post event)

10:00

Registration opens

11:20

EAT Talk:
Slim by design – How the physical environment impacts eating behavior in a variety of settings

Professor Brian Wansink

11:30

Mingle lunch

12:30

Opening video

12:35

Host: Anne Lindmo

12:40

Gunhild A. Stordalen is a founding member and the chair of the board of the Stordalen Foundation. She is also the executive chair on the council of the environmental organization GreeNudge. She is a medical doctor from the University of Oslo and holds a Ph.D. in pathology/orthopedics.

12:45

An important day for the future:
food as the canvas for sustaining human and planetary health

Christine M Kaseba, Jonas Gahr Støre, Michiel Bakker, Professor Johan Rockström

13:35

The global food system:
A sustainable future?

H.R.H. Prince of Wales

13:40

Introduction to President Bill Clinton

Dr. Gunhild Anker Stordalen

13:45

Keynote address

President Bill Clinton

Founder of the Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States.

14:45

Break

15:10

Elements of a healthy and sustainable diet

Professor Walter Willett

15:30

Global, multisectoral engagements on non-communicable diseases and global nutrition targets

Bente Mikkelsen

15:40

Host: Anne Lindmo

15:45

EAT Talk:
Business as usual, not an option

Sven Mollekleiv

15:55

EAT Talk:
Can we produce food in the ocean?

Alf-Helge Aarskog

16:05

EAT Talk:
Antibiotics – a Non Renewable Resource

Christina Greko

16:25

EAT Talk:
From waste to resource – Feeding the 5000 pledge against food waste

Kristian Nergaard

16:35

EAT Talk:
An empty plate strategy – Reducing food waste

Cathrine Dehli

16:45

EAT Talk:
Food, Health and Environment:
will policy-makers help consumers?

Professor Tim Lang

16:55

Break

17:25

Host: Anne Lindmo

17:30

Challenges and opportunities for large business alliances to affect transformative change in food systems

Peter Bakker

17:50

A more sustainable food industry:
Challenges and opportunities from a business perspective

Feike Sijbesma

18:10

Is sustainable business good business? Challenges and opportunities

Peter Bakker, Feike Sijbesma, Henning Beltestad, Anna Bexell, Richard Bergfors

Panel discussion. Moderator Richard Horton.

18:55

End Forum Day 1

19:15

Buses to EAT Dinner 2014

20:00

EAT Dinner 2014 with speakers and entertainment

Menu by Marcus Samuelsson, Chef and owner of Marcus Samuelsson Group. EAT in Pictures Mattias Klum, National Geographic Photographer and Film Maker. EAT Awards: Local EAT Award, EAT Global Innovation Award and EAT Global Culinary Award.

23:30

Dinner ends

09:00

Host: Anne Lindmo

09:05

How will Business Lead India's Energy, Water & Food Security

Dr. Shashi Tharoor

09:25

Metrics for healthy and sustainable food systems

Proffessor Christopher J.L. Murray

09:45

Diets, development and Global Health:
Fact Based World View

Prof. Hans Rosling

10:05

Break

10:35

Long term commitment to big challenges – How to engage the younger generation

Natasha Ardiani, Dr. Alessandro R Demaio, Usman Mushtaq, José A. Zaglul, Jo Jewell, Natalia Brzezinski

Panel discussion. Moderator Natalia Brzezinski.

11:30

EAT Talk:
From Treatment to Prevention:
How better nutrition can improve the health of people and planet.

Professor Anthony Costello

11:40

EAT Talk:
Plenty of fish in the sea

Kathryn Murdoch

11:50

Food production and the animal-human-ecosystem interface:
A “One Health” approach is needed to ensure a sustainable future

Dr Bernard Vallat

11:55

Combating food and nutritional insecurity by enhancing sustainable agriculture in Africa

Dyborn Charlie Chibonga

12:15
12:30

Carasso Foundation & International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food) / EAT collaboration

Professor Johan Rockström, Olivier De Schutter, Marie-Stéphane Maradeix, Dr. Emile Frison

12:50

The Menues of Change Initiative:
Culinary Leadership and Strategy

Greg Drescher

13:05

Lunch

14:00

Host: Anne Lindmo

14:05

Tackling childhood obesity and the role of nutrition

Margaret Chan

14:10

Panel discussion. Moderator Anthony Costello.

14:50

How to nourish bodies, souls and the planet; Diets based on foods and meals – A blueprint from Brazil.

Prof. Carlos A. Monteiro

15:10

Break

15:40

The Post 2015 agenda & the SDGs:
Emphasis on the linkage of diet, health, agriculture and environment

Prof. Jeffrey Sachs

15:55

Food, Agriculture, Health and Nutrition:
the emergence of transformative movements

Dr. David Nabarro

16:15

Placing healthy and sustainable food systems in the Post 2015 Development Agenda and the UNFCCC

Olav Kjørven, Dr. David Nabarro, Frank Rijsberman, Nick Nuttall, Richie Ahuja

Panel discussion. Moderator Ellis Rubinstein.

16:55

Break

17:25

Host: Anne Lindmo

17:30

National Geographic:
The Future of Food

Kaitlin Yarnall

17:50
18:10

Growth and Empowerment Through the Lens of the Garden

Ron Finley

18:30

Closing reception – drinks and mingle

A central element of the EAT Initiative is the annual EAT Stockholm Food Forum, where a high-level community of some 500 experts and stakeholders from science, business, policy, and civil society gather for interactive discussions and advancing solutions for healthier and more sustainable food systems. Taking place in Stockholm, Sweden, in early summer every year, the annual EAT Stockholm Food Forum provides an informal platform of mutual trust and inspiration among the delegates for better defining the challenges, outlining solutions and future actions, show-casing concrete results and progress, and exchanging experience and ideas.