Closing EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2017
Thank you for taking part!
For two days, 500 delegates from 46 countries, 80 speakers and a EAT-team of more than 100 dedicated staffers, have gathered in the capital of Sweden for EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2017. Through social media we’ve reached more than 8 000 000 people; our hashtags #foodcanfixit and #eatforum has been trending in Sweden, Norway, Benelux and beyond.
Professor Laurence Tubiana
Making the Paris climate targets applicable in our daily lives
Professor Laurence Tubiana, a key architect behind the 2015 Paris agreement on why action on food and health can translate complex climate targets that everyone can identify with.
Dr. Caleb Harper
This computer will grow your food in the future
Dr. Caleb Harper talks about his MIT project where the environment to grow any fruit or vegetable is re-created in so-called "food computers".
Nordic Choice Master Chef winner Emine Emani
Lunch with purpose and passion
Delegates at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum are in for a treat. Chefs from Scandinavia's biggest hotel group have competed to cook healthy, sustainable lunch. Nordic Choice Master Chef winner Emine Emani has prepared a special lunch that not only tastes good, but also does good.
Healthy meals on a healthy planet
Yolanda Kakabadse, the International President of WWF, tells us why the conservation of our land and oceans is crucial to our own health.
Local EAT Award 2017
#staycheap wins 100.000 NOK
A Swedish initiative to promote healthy, sustainable and affordable food takes home the Local EAT Award 2017. The winner “Portionen Under Tian”, was announced on stage at EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2017. Blogger Hanna Olvenmark received a check for 100.000 NOK and mentoring by hotel tycoon Petter A. Stordalen.
The Food Sustainability Index
For the best food, look to France, Japan and Canada
The Food Sustainability Index ranks countries' food production based on their focus nutrition, agriculture and food waste. Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and India score lowest, according to results presented by Dr. Irene Mia at the 2017 EAT Stockholm Food Forum.
Uma Valeti, CEO and Founder of Memphis Meats
The opposite of a slaughterhouse
After realizing that meat production has not changed in the past 10.000 years, Dr. Uma Valeti came up with a revolutionary idea: Producing tasty meat in a laboratory. This is how he does it.
C40 The Food Systems Network
How five cities are changing their food systems
New report shows how cities are taking matters into their own hands to try to fix the food system.
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