The health gains achieved through economic development over the last five decades could be reversed by 2050 due to the consequences of climate change according to a new report by the Lancet Commission on the Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change. The report urges for a radical rethinking of business models, food systems, […]
With valuable contributions from over 600 participants in Bangkok, we explored a wealth of proven and potential accelerators to end hunger and malnutrition. Dive into the synopsis of the global event, which covers key topics from the wide ranging conversations on how to accelerate progress.
Food is the single strongest lever to optimize human health and environmental sustainability on Earth, but it currently is threatening both people and planet concludes a review by the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health. The study—authored by 30 world-leading scientists from across the globe—outlines how to sustainably feed a future population of 10 billion […]
Over three days, our talks highlighted the challenges we face, the opportunities for progress, and the resolve of the global community to accelerate the end of hunger and malnutrition. See the highlights video to find out more!
A study in Nature Sustainability finds that the greatest food security challenge in 2050 will be providing nutritious diets rather than adequate calories. Research priorities and policies should emphasize nutritional quality by increasing availability and affordability of nutrient-dense foods and improving dietary diversity. Additional highlights from this week’s Compact2025 News in Brief include: The African […]