“We know enough to make food how it is supposed to be; nurturing, uniting and simply better – for everything. The EAT-Lancet states it is possible in theory. And together we can make it a reality.”
– Gunhild Stordalen, Founder & Executive Chair, EAT Forum
After 3 years of collaboration and research, the landmark EAT-Lancet Commission Report Our Food in the Anthropocene: Healthy Diets from Sustainable Food Systems launched in January, prompting conversations around the world, with coverage in over 5,000 independent media articles. The Report is a major contribution to science, outlining for the first time global dietary recommendations that support the health and prosperity of both people and planet.
Sustainable and nutritious meals: visit the EAT website and Instagram for more ideas
What does the Report mean for you? From city dwellers to farmers; healthcare professionals to the food service industry; policymakers to the wider public, you can find summaries of the key takeaways and recommended actions for different stakeholders here.
To complement these, WBCSD has created a one-page summary of what the Report means for businesses in the food and land use sector, as the first in a series of short briefs looking at different aspects of the value chain.
Meanwhile, the EAT-Lancet Commission continues its series of launches with regional partners. For a comprehensive list of events, visit the website