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EAT Food Forum
The food system today is unsustainable, it is not promoting public health, and it is not staying within environmental limits. The solution to this depends on how you see the problem, as one depending on consumers or on the food syste. Professor Tim Lang argues that the problem lies within the system and that to reverse the negative trend there is a need for sustainable dietary guidelines.
About Tim Lang
Tim Lang is Professor of Food Policy at City University London's Centre for Food Policy. He has a PhD in psychology, and has worked in food policy for 40 years.
This talk was given as a part of the EAT Stockholm Food Forum, co-hosted by Stockholm Resilience Centre and the Stordalen Foundation.