EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2017

12.06.17 - 13.06.17

On the 12–13 June 2017, EAT will once again gather 500 of the brightest minds from the fields of science, politics, business and civil society at the Clarion Hotel Sign, Stockholm (Sweden). Together, they will discuss progress on implementing solutions in an interconnected way to solve Climate, Sustainability and Health challenges by transforming the food system.

This year topics will range from Innovation, Biotechnology to the Economics of Food Systems. Exciting speakers include Caleb Harper from MIT Media Lab, who will share innovative ways biotech is revolutionizing the urban food system and policy advocate Yolanda Kakabadse, WWFs International President and former Ecuadorian Minister of Environment who will look at Sustainable Consumption and Production patterns by looking at food waste.

This is an invitation only event (invitations will be sent from February 2017). Please register early to ensure your spot. If you are interested and would like an invitation please email info@eatforum.org

More information: http://eatforum.org/

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