Tune in for insight into some of the innovative solutions being generated by political leaders, chefs, entrepreneurs, investors and scientists who are working to ensure that our food is healthy for both people and planet.

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The Episodes

EAT's Podcast

EAT's Podcast E01: IFAD President Gilbert Houngbo

IFAD President Gilbert Houngbo on Empowering Rural Women & Youth in episode 1 of the Food Can Fix It podcast.

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E2: Sustainability starts in your own home

Sustainability starts in your own home, says Chefs Manal Alalem from Egypt and Anahita Dhondy from India.

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E3: Why Do Investors Care About Bees?

Aviva’s Abigail Herron on why investors are increasingly paying attention to the financial risks of factory farming, oceanic plastic and the global decline of pollinators.

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E4: Quality, Culture & Culinary Innovators

E04: Stockholm Resilience Center’s Line Gordon on “The Good Shift” Diet

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E5: Breaking Food Barriers

Chef Ali L’artiste Talks Breaking Food Barriers

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E6: How Cities Change Eating Habits

Tom Arnold and Emily Norford on the challenges the urban diet poses to health and the planet, but most importantly on the solutions that can fix them.

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E7: How Green Investment is Shaking Up The Financial Sector

Nordea’s Thina Saltvedt Talks Green Investing

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E8: How Do You Influence People to Make Healthy Choices?

Peruvian Civil Society Leaders Biaggioni and Salcedo on Fighting Malnutrition in the Midst of Plenty

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