We need a unifying approach that sustainably balances the health of people, animals and ecosystems.
Rarely do we ask ourselves what our life would be like without fire. We may not notice it with the naked eye, but it is there, in our basement, in the engine of our car or in the power grid.
Tamara Bruning y Betina Bergman: innovations and challenges of public procurement from Ghent and Copenhagen
Schools, hospitals, prisons, retiring homes… there is a large amount of food that is purchased by administrations. And we ask ourselves: Which criteria are applied? Is price the only priority? Are the Sustainable Development Goals being taken into account when choosing suppliers?
Mette Lykke: “It is not enough that we know how big of an issue food waste is. We need a change in behaviour”
Food connects us. It is part of our identity and our culture. It is also a trigger for our memories; an aroma or a flavour can make us travel through time. But if food means so much to us, why do we throw it away?
Less than ten years away from the deadline for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we are still far from securing food for all, especially when it comes to healthy, sustainably produced food.
What is the relationship between the pandemic that is sweeping the world and food? We had the honour of discussing this issue with Dr David Nabarro, the World Health Organization’s Special Envoy of the Director General for the COVID-19 pandemic at the international level.
If we are to achieve real change, we need to transform the global food system. We talked to Corinna Hawkes about the challenges facing large cities, the relationship between the urban and rural world, and the importance of individual responsibility in transforming our food systems.