EAT News

The Blue Food Assessment Launch

Join EAT at the Global Launch Event of the Blue Food Assessment on the 16th of September.

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Press Releases

Norwegian Seafood Council joins forces with EAT

The aim is to contribute to a crucial shift in global food systems to include more food from the ocean.

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Articles

A Healthy Human Future Depends on Healthy Oceans. Here’s Why.

Blue food could have a huge role to play in feeding the planet sustainably and healthily.

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Reports

The Role of Aquatic Food in Sustainable Healthy Diets

A new scoping report on aquatic food's role in healthy and sustainable food systems

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Talks & Videos

The Clarion Call

Photographer Prince Hussain Aga Khan moved the crowd to tears with his poetry-like speech at EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019.

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Talks & Videos

Can Underwater Farms Help Fight Climate Change?

Restorative ocean farming could play a vital role in helping our coastal communities, our oceans and our climate.

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Podcast

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.

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Articles

EAT Steps Up its Ocean Efforts

Can oceans be the main source of animal protein, group of global leaders ask.

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Feeding the World With Zero Land Expansion and Marine Degradation

Producing more food without taking more land and degrading our oceans. Is it possible?

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Think Big, Empower Small-Scale Fishers and Farmers

Gilbert Houngbo, president of IFAD explains why coastal communities are fundamental for necessary change.

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