The Commissioners Explain How EAT-Lancet 2.0 Will Go One Step Further
The second EAT-Lancet Commission aims to go one step further than the first commission by also focusing on equity and justice.
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.
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.
The Blue Food Assessment Launch
Join EAT at the Global Launch Event of the Blue Food Assessment on the 16th of September.
G20 Leadership Critical for Ensuring Healthy Food for Humanity
Shifting diets and more ambitious national dietary guidelines in these countries could unlock climate, health, environment benefits and reduce the risk of future pandemics.
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.
2019: A Super Year in Science
The science is clearer than ever. We need to transform our food systems, and we need to do it now.
IPCC: The Call to Action Cannot Be Ignored
Business, policy, investors, and each one of us must take action for the great food system transformation.
Meet Mr. Impossible
Pat Brown believes he can completely replace animals in the food system by 2035.