Side Sessions

EAT@Home

Side Sessions

After each of the four broadcast episodes, EAT@Home will provide a platform for a number of more focused Side Sessions on vital topics, related to healthy and sustainable food.

The Side Sessions will be organized as “deep dive” dialogues, consultations, webinars, etc. on specific topics within and across the five UN Food Systems Summit action tracks.

Please note: Some sessions will be by invitation only, others will be open to all.

Below you will find information on all confirmed sessions including links to register. Stay tuned as more will be published here consecutively.

 

 

Scaling up healthy and sustainable dietsWBCSD’s Food & Agriculture Roadmap 

Wednesday December 2 – 16:00 – 17:30 CET

Access: Open to public, registrer here. 

Point of contact: Camilla De Nardi, de.nardi@wbcsd.org 

 

Children Eating Well in Cities

Thursday, December 3 – 14:00 – 16:30 CET

Access: Invitation only 

 

Supporting the long-term transformation towards sustainable food and land-use systems. How integrated, national pathways can help achieve global food, climate, and biodiversity goals -examples from the FABLE Consortium country teams. 

Friday December 4 – 14:00 – 15:30 CET  

Access: Open to public, register here. 

Point of contact: Maria Diaz, maria.diaz@unsdsn.org 

Seaweed: Exploring its untapped potential to contribute to healthy and sustainable food systems 

Wednesday December 9  14:00 – 16:00 CET

Access: Invitation only 

Point of contact: Maria Westin, maria@eatforum.org 

 

 

Flavour – The essence of changeTowards a sustainable food culture 

Thursday December 10 – 14:00 – 15:00 CET

Access: Open to public. Registrer here.

Point of contact: Nils Sjöberg, nils.sjoberg@paulig.com 

 

How & What we Eat@Home: Policy Asks for Changing & Re-arranging our Consumption Patterns 

Thursday December 10 – 15:30 – 17:00 CET   

Access: Open to public, register here 

Point of contact: Susanne Kat, kat@wbcsd.org

How to Love Food and Save Nature:
Sparking a new era for nature-positive food and farming.

Friday December 11 – 15:00 – 16:30 CET 

Access: open to public. Register here.

Point of contact: Hayley Roberts, Hayley.Roberts@ciwf.org 

Project DISRUPTLeapfrogging business-as-usual towards equitable, healthy diets on a healthy planet by 2030

Tuesday December 15 – 15:30 – 17:00 CET  

Access: Open to Public. Register here. 

Point of contact: Charlotte Pedersen, Senior Advisor, cpedersen@gainhealth.org 

Are companies on track for food systems transformation

Wednesday December 16 – 14:00 – 15:00 CET

Access: Open to public, register here

Point of contact: Charlotte Reeves, Engagement Manager, c.reeves@worldbenchmarkingalliance.org


COVID-19: 
Why a nature positive food system is the most effective way to build back better  

Wednesday December 16 – 16:00 – 17:30 CET

Access: Open to public, register here.

Point of contact: Camilla De Nardi, de.nardi@wbcsd.org 

 

Past Side Sessions

 

Shaking up the Food System 

Tuesday November 17 – 15:15 – 16:15 CET

Access: Open to public, click here for registration.

Point of contact:
For webinar: Stephanie Kennedy stephanie@sustainweb.org
For FoodSHIFT Project: Christian Bugge Henriksen cbh@plen.ku.dk

 

Putting solutions in the shopping basket: food retailer approaches and interventions to support more sustainable food consumption 

Thursday, November 19 – 15:00 – 16:30 CET 

Access: Open to public, register here.

Point of contact:
Mariana Nicolau, Project Manager, Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP), mariana.nicolau@scp-centre.org 

Is industrialized livestock the New Coal? 

Wednesday, November 25 – 15:00 – 16:30 CET 

Access: Open to public, register here

Point of contact: Ieva Galkyté, ieva.galkyte@50by40.org

 

Shifting Urban Diets in the Nordics

Thursday, November 26 – 13:00 – 15:30 CET

Access: Invitation Only. 

Point of contact: Emily Norford – emily@eatforum.org