Watch: Why we may need less delicious food

Watch: Why we may need less delicious food

Policy-makers want evidence that tells them they can have it all – but we could face some difficult trade-offs as we try to solve the planetary and human health crises caused by food. Members of the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health got together at the...
Two billion suffering from weight-related health problems

Two billion suffering from weight-related health problems

A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, launched at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum on June 12th, and co-authored by EAT-Lancet Commissioners Chris Murray and Ashkan Afshin, found that two billion adults and children are suffering from health...
Johan Rockström: How to eat for health and for a healthy planet

Johan Rockström: How to eat for health and for a healthy planet

Op-ed by Johan Rockström, published in Rethink.earth.  The discussions at next week’s fourth meeting of the Stockholm Food Forum will be the basis of a recipe to improve people’s health and the planet’s. What you eat affects not only your health, but also the health...
Three Food Solutions to Species Extinction

Three Food Solutions to Species Extinction

In a paper published in Nature on June 1st, Commissioner David Tilman and EAT-Lancet supporting author Michael Clark (et al.), say changing the way we eat could save thousands of species from extinction. Read Future threats to biodiversity and pathways to their...
Double-duty actions for ending malnutrition within a decade

Double-duty actions for ending malnutrition within a decade

EAT-Lancet Commissioners Francesco Branca (World Health Organization) and Corinna Hawkes (City University London) publish new comment in The Lancet on ending malnutrition. Double-duty actions for ending malnutrition within a decade Malnutrition has many forms....

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