Media Accreditation for EAT Stockholm Food Forum
Could our sizzling steaks soon be coming from a lab in Silicon Valley? How can personal food computers grow optimized food anywhere in the world, no matter the season? Can investors fix the food system?
To find answers to these questions, we invite you to join us at this year’ EAT Stockholm Food Forum (SFF) on June 12-13th at the Clarion Hotel Sign, Stockholm.
For the fourth consecutive year, SFF will gather some 500 progressive leaders from science, politics, business and civil society to discuss policies and solutions for reforming the global food system.
This year’s speakers include:
Ms. Yolanda Kakabadse (President, WWF International)
Dr. Uma Valeti (CEO and Co-Founder, Memphis Meats)
H.E. Mrs. Bibi Ameenah Firdaus Gurib-Fakim (President of the Republic of Mauritius)
HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
Dr. Caleb Harper (MIT Media Lab)
Svein Tore Holsether (CEO, Yara International)
Sir Bob Geldof (Musician and Activist, Founder Band Aid & Live Aid, Chairman of 8 Miles)
Michael La Cour (Managing Director, IKEA Food)
Dr. Walter Willett (Professor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health)
Jeremy Coller (Founder, Coller Capital and Jeremy Coller Foundation)
Dr. Johan Rockström (Executive Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre)
Dr. Gunhild A. Stordalen (Founder & President, EAT Foundation)
See all 72 speakers here, and full program here
Your free media pass will provide you with:
•An opportunity to interview world-class scientists and leaders from global business, government, finance and civil society (subject to speaker availability)
•Insight into the latest research from global nutrition-, environmental, and health scientists
•The opportunity to interact with some of the world’s most influential stakeholders within food, health and sustainability
Accreditation closes at midnight on June 7th 2017. All working press must have SFF credentials to attend the Forum. Media accreditation applications will be processed immediately after deadline.