How Do We Plan Cities For Children?
UNICEF has published a handbook on child-responsive urban planning, outlining strategies to create healthy, safe, inclusive, green and prosperous cities. Providing healthy and sustainable diets is an important part of this, and EAT has contributed to the handbook as part of our ongoing collaboration with UNICEF called CHEW – Children Eating Well.
IPCC’s Message is Clear: We Need to Act Now
It’s all over the news. One of the most important reports on climate change was published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) today.
We Don’t Have to Choose Between The Environment and Human Development
Unfortunately, many have come to accept the idea of a stalemate between environmental conservation and human development as a given. A new study by The Nature Conservancy, the University of Minnesota and 11 other leading organizations, suggests that this does not have to be the case.
Stories From EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2018
Stubborn Optimism is Key to Success, Says Climate Leader
The woman who oversaw the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate says it all starts with stubborn optimism.
Why Trash is For Tossers
Lauren Singer explains how it’s possible to live a zero-waste lifestyle.
Get it Right on Food, Get it Right on People, Planet and Prosperity
Kristalina Georgieva, CEO of the World Bank, urges for the need to bring together communities that normally don’t get together.