Mission-oriented innovation and how public meals can be a catalyst for a sustainable food system transformation
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A Nordic perspective on pathways toward sustainable food system transformation
This event will provide inspiration on how public meals can be a deliberate transformation vehicle and describes pathways for the future work and desired development of a ’Mission towards better health and diets’. It will offer:
- Enhanced insights to selecting, funding and governing mission-oriented innovation towards food system transformation, highlighting how public meals in the Nordics can be used as a lever for systemic change.
- A workshop to co-create and catalyse actions into a catalogue of recommendations and actions for future ecosystem engagement regarding mission-oriented innovation within the food system.
It is expected that the findings will be published and made available after the session.
EIT Climate-KIC, in collaboration with its community members Lund University and the University of Copenhagen, will organise an official side event at the World Food Summit, presenting speakers from the WHO, OECD OPSI, Vinnova and the MIT Innovation Initiative, as well as insights from case studies.
The World Food Summit - Better Food for More People, aims to advance innovative solutions for sustainable food systems and healthy lives to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Date: 14th April, 2021
Time: 10:30-15:30 CET
Only 100 participants, make sure to book your spot today!
Link to registration and information about the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mission-oriented-innovation-public-meals-as-a-driver-of-change-tickets-142214755161?keep_tld=1
Link to the World Food Summit: https://bfmp.dk/