At this workshop participants will discuss the different approaches taken to encourage healthy and environmentally sustainable diets, which of these approaches have been most successful, how impact has been measured and what the quality of the evidence base is for future policy decisions. This discussion will inform a Chatham House paper that summarizes the evidence and distils lessons for policy-makers and business. This will be presented at the 2015 EAT Food Forum in Stockholm in June.
This event - jointly hosted by the Energy, Environment and Resources department and the Centre on Global Health Security - forms part of a research project that aims to analyse the wide range of approaches taken to encourage healthy and environmentally sustainable diets.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.