EAT News

EAT at the 8th Milan Urban Food Policy Pact Global Forum  

Cities around the world are increasingly working to improve their food systems to achieve health and sustainability goals.

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EAT News

Shifting Urban Diets

Methods for a Planetary Health Diet in Copenhagen.

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EAT News

The EAT-Lancet Commission Brief for African Cities

How can a Planetary Health Diet look in some of the world's fastest growing urban areas?

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Reports

Enhancing Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) for Food Systems

This new report identifies 16 ways policymakers can take more action from farm to fork.

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Articles

Can a Scientific Commission Change the World?

A year after its publication, a look at how the EAT-Lancet Commission is impacting the food system.

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Podcast

Redesigning Our Tomorrow With Food

Professor Corinna Hawkes is on a mission to find the best solutions for diets, everywhere.

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Podcast

E3: Making Leaders Act on Food

Former advertising executive Dan Parker and Food Policy Professor Tim Lang discuss who should lead change; politicians, businesses or consumers?

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Articles

Indonesia Walking the Talk

The Government of Indonesia has shown exemplary leadership on shifting towards healthy and sustainable diets.

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Articles

Asia-Pacific Brings Words Into Action

Shortly after the EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum, a policy brief was written as a part of Indonesia's new 5-year National Development plan, including ways to ensure healthy and sustainable food for all.

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Articles

Indonesia Next Step Towards Food System Change

EAT continues the collaboration with local partners to put food system transformation on the agenda in Indonesia.

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