The Let’s Rethink Food Podcast
The EAT-Lancet Commission gives us the necessary answers on how to fix our broken food system. But what do they mean in practice and how can we all take action?
Tune in to the Let’s Rethink Food podcast, to get inspired by the leaders, scientists, innovators and influencers leading healthy and sustainable change in the food sector.
Through eight episodes, our hosts Dr. Hazel Wallace from the Food Medic and Dr. Sandro Demaio, CEO of EAT, will explore the solutions that can benefit both people and planet.
Learn more: The EAT-Lancet Summary Report.
Marine biologist Christine Figgener was named a Next Generation Leader by TIME Magazine for ending the age of plastic. What can we learn from her take on safeguarding oceans?
The renowned chef and founder of the New Nordic Cuisine philosophy, Claus Meyer, is redefining our take on plants. How can we make healthy food tasty and attractive to all?
Zero Waste Entrepreneur Lauren Singer has inspired thousands of people to look at what they toss. Can we get millions to see the importance of food waste?
Tune in as they and many more discusses the solutions and opportunities that the EAT-Lancet report brings to the table.
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E0: The Big Picture
EAT's founder & executive chair Dr. Gunhild Stordalen reflects on the groundbreaking journey that lead to the launch of EAT-Lancet Commission.
E1: The Planetary Health Diet
Prof. Walter Willett and Prof. Johan Rockström take you through the key findings of the EAT-Lancet report.
E2: Why Choose Plants
Chefs and culinary entrepreneurs Claus Meyer and Alice Zaslavsky give their best advise on how to make plants the new stars in the kitchen.
E3: Making Leaders Act on Food
Former advertising executive Dan Parker and Food Policy Professor Tim Lang discuss who should lead change; politicians, businesses or consumers?
E4: The Plant Way of Living
Twins and social media stars Stephen & David Flynn started the Happy Pear to inspire people to eat more vegetables. What can we learn from their way of living?
E5: The Future of Food Production
How can we feed our growing population healthy food without destroying the planet?
E6: No Food to Waste
Food waste fighters Lauren Singer, Joost Bakker and Emilie Vanpoperinghe lead the way towards a more sustainable food system.
E7: Safeguarding Earth with Food
Biodiversity is undergoing the sixth mass extinction. Tune in to hear Dr. Sonja Vermeulen, Christine Figgener and Jeremy Oppenheim discuss how food systems can safeguard earth.