Stockholm Food Forum

May 26th - May 27th

Science, politics and business sharing food for thought

EAT Stockholm Food Forum is a unique conference where global leaders from the worlds of science, politics and business will share and discuss challenges and opportunities linking food, health and sustainability. On the 26-27th of May 2014, EAT Stockholm Food Forum will present a mix of lectures, appeals, talks and inter-disciplinary panel discussions. The two days will offer a unique possibility for updates on the latest science, the most pressing political issues and promising innovations and emerging markets.

Date

May 26th - May 27th

Venue

Clarion Hotel Sign

Stockholm, Sweden

EAT Stockholm Food Forum will take place at Clarion Hotel Sign in central Stockholm. Clarion Sign also takes an active part in the program since they are dedicated to be at the forefront when it comes to sustainable ways of handling food at all their hotels across the Nordics. Not only the perfect spot, but also the perfect host and presenting partner of EAT.

Advisory Board

What

The advisory board aims to reflect the cross- disciplinary, multinational approach of EAT through a carefully selected group of some of the world’s most renowned experts in their respective fields, from science to business and politics.

Read about the board
Who
  • Dr Felicia Knaul
  • Usman Mushtaq
  • Dr. Alessandro R Demaio
  • Frank Rijsberman
  • Dr. Sania Nishtar
  • Mattias Klum
  • Marcus Samuelsson
  • Dr. Ann Thrupp
  • Sunita Narain
  • Professor Carl Folke
  • Dr. Mandana Arabi
  • Christine M Kaseba
  • Professor Brian Wansink
  • Lee Howell
  • Michiel Bakker
  • Jonas Gahr Støre
  • Dr. Richard Horton
  • Professor Nila. F. Moeloek
  • José María Figueres
  • Professor Tim Lang
  • Ellis Rubinstein
  • Professor Walter Willett
  • Ertharin Cousin
  • Professor Anthony Costello
  • Dr. Julio Frenk
  • Dr. Gunhild Anker Stordalen
  • Dr. Hege Gjessing
  • Professor Johan Rockström

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