During EAT Stockholm Food Forum fourth annual event, 500 of the brightest minds were brought together from science, politics, business, and civil society to exchange ideas for one goal. How can global leaders shift food systems towards sustainability, health, security, and equity within the boundaries of our planet?
This year, Sustainability Hub hosted a competence forum at EAT focusing on Co-Designing a Sustainable Future. A positive future scenario where sustainability, disruptive technological change, and Scandinavian values served as the framework for the workshop discussion. Delegates determined what actions individuals, business leaders, and society in general need to take to reach a sustainable future. Then through an interdisciplinary approach, delegates created synergies of the topics determining actions for a sustainable future.
The main outcomes from the S-HUB seminar are presented below.
Actions towards a sustainable future