Covid-19 and our food:
How is the current crisis affecting how we eat?#

2 July 2020 at 15:00 (CEST)

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The first of the series of webinars will touch upon changes of consumers’ attitudes towards food as a public good instead of as a commodity. It will confront the conclusions of the SAPEA report with the challenges and changes observed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This webinar will be co-hosted by Hubbub, a UK-based sustainability organisation.

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Sustainable food system webinars#

Co-hosted by Europe’s academies and other partners, the webinar series will explore different aspects of Europe’s food system following the publication of our major evidence review report, "A sustainable food system for the European Union" and the scientific opinion of the European Commission's Chief Scientific Advisors.

The challenges of creating a sustainable food system for Europe will be examined in a series of high-profile webinars in the second half of 2020 — including an analysis of changing consumer attitudes in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Each webinar will be under an hour in length and feature high-profile speakers, including members of SAPEA’s working group on sustainable food systems and representatives of organisations working on related issues. The first event in the series, planned for Thursday 2 July, will focus on changes observed during the Covid-19 pandemic, and will be co-hosted by UK sustainability campaign organisation Hubbub.

Future webinars in the series, planned for the autumn, will examine the EU’s new Farm2Fork strategy (co-hosted with the EU Food Policy Coalition) and the role of agroecology and technology in sustainability (co-hosted with a European academy).

More information and registration.


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