Our current food systems are not sustainable and are facing a number of complex and persistent challenges, such as the loss of biodiversity, climate change and diet-related diseases. An urgent transformation towards a sustainable and healthy food system for all is needed and requires evidence-based knowledge and innovations to guide and accelerate this system change. To achieve that, the FIT4FOOD2030 project ran for three years from November 2017 to support the European Commission in the development and implementation of FOOD2030 and its action plan, by creating a sustainable, multi-stakeholder platform, through mobilizing a wide variety of stakeholders at the level of cities, regions, countries, and Europe. The main aims of the network are strengthening R&I policy and programmes, building competences for food systems R&I and raising awareness.
|Veröffentlicht - 12 März 2021
- Innovation Systems and Digitalisation