How Do We Plan Cities For Children?
UNICEF has published a handbook, outlining strategies to create healthy, safe, inclusive, green and prosperous cities.
How Chile Took on Kinder Eggs and Tony the Tiger to Fight Obesity
Senator Guido Girardi isn't done battling the food industry in Chile.
EAT Takes Part in EU Project Tackling Adolescent Obesity
The initiative will engage with youth to develop policies and promote action to tackle the increasing prevalence of adolescent overweight and obesity.
Jamie Oliver Takes On a £27 Billion Problem
Jamie Oliver’s nemesis is junk food.
How Can Cities Ensure Healthy and Sustainable Diets for Children?
The World Urban Forum is the world’s leading convening platform on urban development. This February, EAT was present in Kuala Lumpur to shed light on the potential of cities to deliver healthy and sustainable diets to all children within planetary boundaries.