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.
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.
Insights on How to Scale Impact Investing in Urban Food Systems
Findings from Food Trails Investors Living Lab.
Six considerations for organizing a multi-actor Dialogue Forum
Intended to guide youth organizations, policymakers, civil society organisations, municipalities, and other actors interested in organizing a multi-actor and intergenerational Dialogue Forum.
CO-CREATE: novel methods for youth engagement and benchmarking of national obesity prevention policies
EU Research project pioneers new methods for youth engagement in policy research and development, aiming to give young people a voice in decisions that affect their health.
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.
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.
Shifting Urban Diets
Methods for a Planetary Health Diet in Copenhagen.
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?