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‘The food we eat and how we produce it determines the health of people and the planet, and we are currently getting this seriously wrong’, Professor Tim Lang, City, University of London

2019’s Eat Lancet report set out the urgency to transform our diet to save our planet. What progress is being made to deliver sustainable diets on a global scale? What needs to be done to raise awareness and engage all community groups to build a global movement that can help reverse some of the damage that has been done to our planet through our diets?

Chair: Nic Jones, Founding Partner, All Things Better – The Planet’s Agency

Ms Fatima Hachem, Senior Nutrition Officer, Food and Nutrition Division (ESN) of FAO

Fabrice DeClerck, Director of Science, EAT Forum

Eva Monterrosa, Senior Programme Manager, Demand Creation & Behaviour Change, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition


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