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Introduction#

The global crisis of 2020 has made every one of us aware that ‘business as usual’ is not an option for future food policy. How have we arrived at where we are now, in terms of food policy, especially in Europe? What would a transformed future look like? What will it take to transition to a food policy that delivers us a sustainable and fair food system that is better for our health, the environment, society and the economy?

About the webinar#

Our distinguished panel of experts share their vision for radical system change and set out their views on the workable policies that are needed to achieve it. You, the global audience, will be able to pose questions and contribute to the debate.

Our expert panellists#


The Chair and moderator is Professor Ole Petersen, Vice-President of Academia Europaea.

This webinar is designed to support:
  • World Food Day, 16th October. #WorldFoodDay is launching a call for global solidarity to help the most vulnerable people to recover and make food systems more sustainable, stronger and resilient to shocks.

This webinar is a collaboration between SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies), Cardiff University’s Sustainable Places Research Institute and the Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub.

More about AE Cardiff’s work in Sustainable Food Systems#

As a member of the consortium of European academies (SAPEA), Academia Europaea collaborated with ALLEA in the production of the Sustainable Food Systems evidence review. The Cardiff Hub led the systematic review on Sustainable Food Systems for the project and put together an advisory panel. The reports are available here.




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