Nordic food system
transformation series (Insight Paper #4)
This fourth Insight Paper of the Nordic food system transformation series explores the uncertainties associated with different food system futures. These uncertainties are mapped in relation to the three priorities of the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Vision 2030: a green, competitive and socially sustainable Nordic Region. This Insight Paper discusses a variety of tools that can be used to inform decision-making in uncertain situations.
- Insight paper #1 Pdf, 2.4 MB. (Pdf, 2.4 MB) provides an overview of the project ‘Towards sustainable Nordic food systems’.
- Insight paper #2 Pdf, 4 MB. (Pdf, 4 MB), identifies eight entry points for action. It also highlights existing springboards for action on Nordic food system transformation, underscoring that the Nordics aren’t starting from scratch.
- Insight Paper #3 Pdf, 2.7 MB. (Pdf, 2.7 MB) identify barriers to food system transformation and propose ways to overcome these barriers
- Insight Paper #4 Pdf, 2.9 MB. (Pdf, 2.9 MB) explores the uncertainties associated with different food system futures.
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