Gunhild Stordalen UNFSS
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EAT at the UN Food Systems Summit 2021

Our Founder and Executive Chair Dr. Gunhild Stordalen is appointed a leading role at the UN Food Systems Summit

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Serving up the future: how can we finance pathways to a healthy, equitable and sustainable food future?

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UN Food Systems Summit 2021

The Summit will bring together voices from every sector of society, including civil society, nonprofits and NGOs, government, research organizations and private organizations to drive impactful, meaningful change for food systems everywhere.

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Shifting Urban Diets in the Nordics

Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm are working to apply a holistic food systems approach to improve the health of their population and reduce their climate footprint.

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The EAT Dreamteam at EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019
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EAT is a non-profit dedicated to transforming our global food system through sound science, impatient disruption and novel partnerships.



Food System Economics Commission

The economics of the transition to healthy, inclusive and nature-positive food systems.

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The EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health

Can we feed a future population of 10 billion people a healthy diet within planetary boundaries?

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The Blue Food Assessment

Blue foods and the waters from which they derive will have an essential role to play in the shift towards a sustainable, healthy food system.

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How can we ensure that young people are meaningfully involved in shaping the environments that are required to prevent both obesity and climate change?

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EAT Cities is a pillar of our work focused on driving food systems change in the urban context across the globe.

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Children Eating Well (CHEW) is an emerging collaboration between EAT and UNICEF, focusing on the linkages between food systems and child health and nutrition.

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