Launch of the Blue Food Assessment

Brown and white fish on table

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Register to watch the global launch of report which explores the future of blue food and its role in supporting health, livelihoods and sustainability


In an online event 16 September 2021 between 3 pm and 4 pm CEST, centre researcher Beatrice Crona together with Rosamond Naylor (Stanford University) and thought leaders from the food systems transformation community will present the findings of the Blue Food Assessment (BFA).

The BFA is an international joint initiative that brings together over 100 scientists from more than 25 institutions. The Stockholm Resilience Centre and Stanford University are lead science partners and EAT is the lead impact partner.

Throughout this 60-minute digital broadcast, we'll hear from renowned scientists, inspirational advocates, and changemakers about the enormous potential and inherent challenges of blue food and how thoughtful policies and practices can drive positive change across the sector.

The launch of the Blue Food Assessment will highlight the interconnection of aquatic and terrestrial food systems, present the latest science on how blue food can support a shift towards a healthier and more sustainable future, and spark policy discussions about how to set that shift in motion.

Register for this free event here

Read more about the Blue Food Assessment here

Published: 2021-08-26