Our Food no Anthropocene:
Healthy Diets From Sustainable Food Systems
Without action, the world risks failing to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement, and today's children will inherit a severely degraded planet where much of the population will increasingly suffer from malnutrition and disease. avoidable.
There is substantial scientific evidence linking diets to human health and environmental sustainability. However, the absence of globally agreed scientific targets for healthy diets and food production has hampered large-scale and coordinated efforts to transform the global food system.
To meet this critical need, theEAT-Lancet Commissionconvened 37 leading scientists from 16 countries across a range of disciplines, including human health, agriculture, political science and environmental sustainability, to develop global scientific targets for healthy diets and sustainable food production.
This is the first attempt to set universal scientific goals for the food system that apply to all people and the planet.