Counting down to the EAT-Lancet Commission
Achieving healthy and sustainable diets
Jakarta, #EATapac - Dr. Brent Loken gives a preview of the EAT-Lancet Commission and explores the question of how we can feed 9.5 million people a healthy and sustainable diet by 2050.
Building Resilience in Asia-Pacific's Food Value Chain
#EATapac, Jakarta - Addressing the challenges tackled by EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum, this panel debated with optimism, offering various views on the solutions in the pipeline and the concrete shift towards transdisiplinary collaboration.
Jason Clay, WWF, at #EATapac
Feeding our brave new geopolitical world
Dr. Jason Clay, Senior Vice President, Markets and Food at WWF outlines how global politics, migration, food price volatility and productivity inefficiencies are key issues for changing the face of our food systems.
Opinion Editorial: From 'Tiger Economies' to 'Tiger Food Systems
Tiger food systems can transform our health and our planet
With just 13 years to achieve the planet’s most ambitious development goals in history, there is no engine better suited to drive this global transformation than the Asia-Pacific. A region with a heavy influence on global policy, it is home to leading centers for innovation, finance and health, as well as celebrated and diverse food cultures. The Asia-Pacific has led the world in economic growth – and from ‘tiger economies’ to ‘tiger food systems’ – this region now has the potential to also lead the world in ensuring healthy, sustainable food for all.
Minister of Health, Malaysia at #EATapac
The interplay between nutrition, business and policy will take us forward
HRH Prince Charles at #EATapac
A defining moment for climate, environment and the future of food
Addressing Eat Forum Asia Pacific via video link, H.R.H. Prince of Wales expressed how highly unsustainable food systems reduce social capital without considering the environment or the health of future generations. Praising the work of EAT scientific partners, Prof. Johan Rockström and the Stockholm Resilience Centre, His Royal Highness went on to state that;
Gunhild Stordalen opens #EATapac
The pathway to the Shangri-La for food
It’s on! More than 700 delegates have come to Jakarta for the inaugural EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum to address the challenges and opportunities for today’s food systems.
EAT Foundation President Dr. Gunhild A. Stordalen kicked off the first day speaking about where want to go and how to get there. This is her full speech:
Launch of the Food and Land Use Coalition
Having it all: how to feed a growing world population and meet the climate goals
NEW YORK, Sept. 2017 - The Food and Land Use Coalition launches at the United Nations.
President of Mauritius Joins EAT Advisory Board as First Head of State
President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim will bring her insight into harnessing science, technology and innovation to combat climate change and promote biodiversity to the EAT Foundation’s Advisory Board.
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