Sweden steps up ambitions to improve global food systems
Sweden and EAT to co-host the 2018 EAT Stockholm Food Forum
By becoming a co-host for the first time, the Government of Sweden wishes to champion the important role that food system action can play in addressing the intertwined challenges of climate change, poverty, hunger, human health and well-being.
EAT in Asia-Pacific
Advancing Food System Transformation in Indonesia
To follow up the EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum, EAT returned to Jakarta to convene a roundtable discussion at Universitas Indonesia to address the challenges and opportunities for shifting to healthy and sustainable dietary patterns for all in Indonesia.
EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2018
June 11-12, 2018: The Leading Arena for Global Food Systems Transformation
Will you be one of the 500 brightest minds from science, politics, business and civil society taking part in the EAT Stockholm Food Forum?
EAT is hiring
Are you our new Graphic Designer?
EAT is a small organization with an outsized impact that is playing a central role in placing food, health and sustainability on the international agenda. We're growing rapidly and we're now looking for a creative and curious Graphic Designer to strengthen our visual identity, show our work in new ways and increase understanding of our mission.
SRC's Johan Rockström appointed director at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
A unique opportunity for EAT to expand scientific collaboration to leading center for climate change and sustainability research.
WWF's Jason Clay Appointed to EAT's Board of Trustees
OSLO, February 22 2018 - EAT has today announced the appointment of Jason Clay to its Board of Trustees. Clay is a senior vice president at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and has an extensive career spanning civil society, agriculture, government and academia.
EAT at the World Urban Forum 2018
How Can Cities Ensure Healthy and Sustainable Diets for Children?
World Urban Forum 2018, Kuala Lumpur: We are seeing growing attention on the importance of healthy and sustainable food systems, but the dietary needs of children have not been given sufficient attention in this discourse. There is a great opportunity to align the health, sustainability, and child diets agendas in the urban context.
Chief Executive Officer Announcement
WHO’s Alessandro Demaio Appointed CEO of EAT
EAT is pleased to announce the appointment of Alessandro Demaio, MD, MPH, PhD, as its new chief executive officer. Currently a Medical Officer at the World Health Organization, Demaio will assume his role on April 16th, 2018.
EAT IN THE NEWS
We have to break out of our silo mentality to fix our broken food systems, Gunhild Stordalen tells CNN
Gunhild A. Stordalen, President and Founder of EAT Foundation, sat down with CNN’s Desi Anwar to discuss the pressing issues facing our broken food systems and the need for cross-sectoral collaboration to solve the challenge of feeding a growing world population a healthy and sustainable diet.
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