Author: Carolina Yang
Economists calculate multi-trillion dollar opportunity to fix the broken global food system
In the most ambitious study of food system economics to date, leading economists and scientists chart how the hidden costs of the global food system will continue to mount in the future unless we see major shifts in policy and practice.
TURFS Consortium launched to transform urban-rural food systems with cities as entry points
The Transforming Urban Rural Food Systems (TURFS) Consortium launched its Strategy for Food Systems Transformation to empower and support cities to improve the way we produce and consume food in urban and rural areas.
Reflecting on five years of policy co-creation with youth: the CO-CREATE project
After five years, the CO-CREATE research project “Confronting Obesity: Co-creating policy with youth” has come to end. Reflections on the project’s achievements and sustained impact are shared.
CO-CREATE: Young people have ideas to tackle obesity – but are we listening?
A youth participatory study on adolescent obesity suggests addressing socio-psychological aspects, and promoting an environment that supports healthy diets and active lifestyles.
Introducing Tomas Alfred Røen as COO
EAT is excited to announce the appointment of Tomas Alfred Røen as Chief Operating Officer (COO). This strategic addition to the EAT leadership will further support EAT’s mission of fostering a sustainable, healthy, and equitable food future for all.