How do we operationalise "the great food transformation"?

Published on
September 3, 2020

The newly published report in Nature Food, "Five priorities to operationalize the EAT–Lancet Commission report", elaborates on the areas and examples of interventions critical for the great food system transformation.

Focusing on health for people and the planet

"Five Priorities to operationalize the EAT-Lancet Commision report", is directly linked to the FSHD (Food Systems for Healthier Diets) and the work of Environmental Policy department researcher, Peter Oosterveer. Peter is a contributing author in this report as it is a part of his research focus on sustainable food systems.

The "great food system transformation" is presented within the EAT-Lancet Commission report, conjoining the objectives of human and planetary health.

Read this paper with limited time open access in the Nature Food journal.

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