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Food 2030: Innovative EU research ensures food system is future-ready


978-92-78-41775-8, ZZ-AD-18-004-EN-N
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13. juuni 2018
Teadusuuringute ja innovatsiooni peadirektoraat
Seotud osakond
Directorate-General for Research and Innovation


Europe’s food production and consumption will play a pivotal role in ensuring food and nutrition security (FNS) in the face of the combined impacts of, climate change, resource scarcity, land degradation, biodiversity decline, under- and over-nutrition, population growth and geopolitical instability. Safeguarding food and nutrition security in the long term will require the systemic transformation

and future-proofing of our current-day food systems, which at present are mainly linear, fragmented and unsustainable. The European Commission aims to tackle the FNS challenge with research and innovation (R&I) policies designed to future-proof our food systems so that they can become more sustainable, resilient, responsible, inclusive, diverse and competitive. This systemic approach to connect, scale-up and boost EU Food R&I is referred to as FOOD 2030 and will provide solutions to four overarching food system priorities. These are Nutrition for sustainable and healthy diets; Climate resilience and environmental sustainability; Circularity and resource efficiency; and finally, Innovation and the empowerment of communities. This CORDIS Results Pack focuses on new approaches the four FOOD 2030 priorities by showcasing 13 ambitious cutting-edge EU research projects funded under the EU’s FP7 and Horizon 2020 research programmes relevant to food system transformation.


13. JUUNI 2018
Food 2030: Innovative EU research ensures food system is future-ready
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