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2019 Global Food Policy Report Launch and 2019 EAT-Lancet Report in The Netherlands

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2019 Global Food Policy Report and 2019 EAT-Lancet Report
Co-Organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and IFPRI
JUN 4, 2019 - 02:30 PM TO 05:00 PM CEST

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2019 Global Food Policy Report Launch and 2019 EAT-Lancet Report in The Netherlands

  1. 1. Food Planet Health The EAT-Lancet Commission on Healthy Diets From Sustainable Food Systems
  2. 2. We are not yet bending environmental curves
  3. 3. The scale of the challenge And the world is off track to meet all global nutrition targets
  4. 4. Scientific Targets for Healthy Diets from Sustainable Food Production 1 Goal – 2 Targets – 5 Strategies
  5. 5. Target 1 – Healthy Diets 2500 kcal/day
  6. 6. Target 1 – Healthy Diets 2500 kcal/day
  7. 7. Current Intakes vs Planetary Health Diet
  8. 8. Current Intakes vs Planetary Health Diet
  9. 9. Current Intakes vs Planetary Health Diet
  10. 10. Climate C Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P) Water (H2O) Biodiversity Land
  11. 11. Target 2 – Sustainable Food Production No new emissions from Agriculture 0 land expansion >30% flows in basins Pollution <1 – 2.5 mg N L-1 Pollution <50- 100 mg P m-3 50% land intact by ecoregion Global Implication
  12. 12. Can we feed 10 billion a healthy diet within environmental limits? 1 Goal – 2 Targets – 5 Strategies
  13. 13. Five Strategies for a Great Food Transformation 1 Goal – 2 Targets – 5 Strategies
  14. 14. Strategy 1 Seek international and national commitment to shift towards healthy diets ©Shutterstock
  15. 15. Cities as solution space (rubanomics?) Municipal Policies & Actions Food Production & Distribution
  16. 16. Strategy 2 Reorient agricultural priorities from producing high quantities of food to producing healthy food ©Shutterstock
  17. 17. Change in Food Production
  18. 18. Strategy 3 Sustainably intensify food production to increase high-quality output
  19. 19. Source: DeClerck et al. 2017 CGIAR Water Land and Ecosystems
  20. 20. Strategy 4 Strong and coordinated governance of land and oceans ©Shutterstock
  21. 21. Low Risk Land Use Protected Intact Cropland Urban/Infrastructure 20% 30% 18% 22% 10% Pasturelands
  22. 22. Spare half, Share the rest
  23. 23. Strategy 5 At least halve food losses and waste, in line with UN Sustainable Development Goals ©Shutterstock
  24. 24. Feeding 10 billion people a healthy diet within safe planetary boundaries is possible and will improve the health and well being of millions of people and allow us to pass onto our children a viable planet.
  25. 25. eatforum.org #foodcanfixit

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