More than 90% of global aquatic food production faces substantial risk from environmental change, finds new research
The authors behind the new paper produced the first-ever global analysis of environmental stressors impacting the production quantity and safety of blue foods around the world.
Leveraging aquatic foods can help policymakers address multiple global challenges, new analysis shows
The role of food from oceans, rivers and lakes in tackling malnutrition, cardiovascular disease, and climate risk is still underutilized, finds new Blue Food Assessment paper.
The Blue Food Assessment Launch
Join EAT at the Global Launch Event of the Blue Food Assessment on the 16th of September.
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.
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.
The Role of Aquatic Food in Sustainable Healthy Diets
A new scoping report on aquatic food's role in healthy and sustainable food systems
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.
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.
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.
EAT Steps Up its Ocean Efforts
Can oceans be the main source of animal protein, group of global leaders ask.