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Brussels Briefings n.60; Fabrice DeClerck: Partnership for transforming the world's food system

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The Brussels Development Briefing n.60 on “The future of food and agricultural transformation” organised by CTA, the European Commission/EuropeAid, the ACP Secretariat and CONCORD was held on Wednesday 26 February 2020 (9h00-13h00) at the ACP Secretariat, Avenue Georges Henri 451, 1200 Brussels.
The briefing presented trends and discussed the sustainable and healthy food systems, the future of work in agriculture and the need for new skills in very complex food chains, the effects of disruptive innovations, fair and inclusive value chains and trade.
The audience was made up of ACP-EU policy-makers and representatives of the EU Member States, civil society groups, research networks and development practitioners, the private sector and international organisations based in Brussels as well as representatives from ACP regional organisations.

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Brussels Briefings n.60; Fabrice DeClerck: Partnership for transforming the world's food system

  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. Target 1 – Healthy Diets 2500 kcal/day
  4. 4. Target 1 – Healthy Diets 2500 kcal/day week week 100 (0-200) 210 (0-420) 90 (0-175) + 210 (0-700) 610 (0-1500) 210 434 133 280
  5. 5. Target 1 – Healthy Diets 2500 kcal/day
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  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. ©Shutterstock 1. Commit & act on healthy diets. 2. Produce quality food. 3. Make agriculture regenerative. 4. Spare half for nature, share the rest. 5. Halve food loss & waste. The next 100 years
  9. 9. 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.