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.
EAT and UNICEF kick off collaboration
Making Sure Children Eat Well
BELLAGIO, ITALY, September 2017 – EAT and UNICEF kick off collaboration: As this year’s summer came to an end, a new collaboration took form at the Villa Serbelloni on the shores of Lake Como in Northern Italy. The EAT Foundation and UNICEF together hosted a meeting at the prestigious Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center which marked the beginning of CHEW - Children Eating Well.
EAT Foundation Announces CEO Transition
OSLO, 4 Sept. 2017 – EAT Foundation today announced that Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Farnell will step down from his role as CEO on 20 September. Farnell joined EAT on a sabbatical from Deloitte Norway for a two-year period and his contract expired in January 2017. EAT’s Board of Directors has appointed the current Vice Chair of the Board Clare Matterson to serve as Interim CEO.
EAT strengthen leadership team
UNICEF Director Olav Kjørven becomes EAT’s Chief Strategy Officer
OSLO, 31 Aug. 2017 – EAT Foundation today announced the appointment of Olav Kjørven as Chief Strategy Officer. Mr. Kjørven, who has worked with international development for 25 years, comes to the foundation from UNICEF where he served as Director of Public Partnerships Division.
EAT at Resilience 2017
Can Gastronomy Save the World?
EAT’s Science Team is based at the Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC). This week, SRC is hosting more than 1000 participants at Resilience 2017, a huge gathering of resilience scientists and practitioners from around the world – EAT-Lancet contributors and EAT’s Science Team were there, placing food at the top of the agenda.
30 – 31 October 2017 in Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia
EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum 2017
The world faces a fundamental challenge in sustainably feeding a healthy diet to over nine billion people by 2050. A resilient food system and sustainable diets are pivotal in solving this challenge and achieving both the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement. As the most populous region in the world, the Asia Pacific plays a decisive role in combatting many of the interlinked issues at hand, such as malnutrition, deforestation, loss of biodiversity and rising greenhouse gas emissions.
having a better party than those wasting the food
Turning food waste into beer
EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2018
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