Sustainable Healthy Eating – What does this really look like?

What does the controversial EAT- Lancet really say?
What does sustainable healthy eating look like practically for the UK & Ireland and how can this be achieved?

Wednesday 3rd July 2019

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CONTENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Key learning objective and outcomes

Clear understanding of:
  • The impact of unsustainable dietary choices on the planet’s resources, global warming and population health.
  • How sustainable dietary choices are evaluated / assessed with a focus on the planetary boundaries.
  • EAT Lancet latest report: who the scientists are, aims of the report, their findings.
  • What a sustainable diet means in real food terms.
  • Dietary, health and environmental implications of a sustainable diet.
  • Implications for British and Irish dietary patterns.
  • The actors and key players in the food system who have the biggest influence on consumer food choices.
Be aware of:
  • How sustainable diets have been defined by different expert groups e.g. FAO, WHO, EAT-Lancet, BDA OBD®.
  • The complexity of assessing and defining a ‘sustainable eating pattern’ and there is a need for trade-offs.
  • Resources, websites and organisation providing further information.
Be able to:
  • Better understand and critique key scientific publications on sustainable diets and interpret findings into dietary recommendations.
  • Access additional information on sustainable diets.
  • Confidently provide the public with simple and achievable sustainable dietary advice.

Keynote SPEAKER:

Dr. Fabrice DeClerck

Science Director, EAT
Fabrice DeClerck is the EAT Science Director. In this role Fabrice leads the development of EAT research and synthesis science. With the Stockholm Resilience Centre, EAT’s Science Secretariat, he works closely with EAT partners and programs as the interface between science and practice.

Fabrice’s professional background is in agricultural and environmental sciences with more than a decade focusing on sustainable development in Latin America, Africa, and South East Asia. His collaborations with the health and nutrition community date back to 2004 focusing on dietary and environmental health in the Sustainable Development Goals. Fabrice maintains a role as Sr. Scientist at Bioversity International, a member centre of the CGIAR. His engagements with EAT enable him to engage closely with UN Agencies such has FAO, UNDP, UNICEF, and UNEP; progressive private sector partners, and individuals farmers and farming communities on the radical food transformation needed in support of human health and environmental sustainability.

Fabrice has a long publication record with more than 110 peer reviewed papers and book chapters on integrated approaches to conservation, food production and environmental health, including several published in Science and Nature. He has co-edited several books, including a two volume book on Integrating Ecology into Poverty Reduction published in 2012. Fabrice is a Contributing Author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), and has held adjunct faculty positions with Columbia University, CATIE in Costa Rica, and the University of Idaho. He serves on the Science Advisory Board for the Science for Nature and People Partnership (SNAPP). He was Humboldt State University’s “Person of the Year” in 1995, and recipient of the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development’s Young Professional of the Year in 2005.

Fabrice is a Belgian National, though spent the majority of his life in California. He is fluent in French, English and Spanish and has lived in Africa, Latin America, and Europe. He earned his doctoral degree in Geography/Ecology from the University of California Davis (2004), and completed his postdoctoral fellowship with the Earth Institute at Columbia University in 2008. He holds a Master’s Degree in Forest Biology from Iowa State University, and a BSc. in Plant and Forest Ecology from Humboldt State University. He currently resides in Montpellier, France with his wife and 2 children. Fabrice is an avid brewer, gardener and chicken farmer.

Dr. Fabrice DeClerck

Science Director, EAT
Fabrice DeClerck is the EAT Science Director. In this role Fabrice leads the development of EAT research and synthesis science. With the Stockholm Resilience Centre, EAT’s Science Secretariat, he works closely with EAT partners and programs as the interface between science and practice.

Fabrice’s professional background is in agricultural and environmental sciences with more than a decade focusing on sustainable development in Latin America, Africa, and South East Asia. His collaborations with the health and nutrition community date back to 2004 focusing on dietary and environmental health in the Sustainable Development Goals. Fabrice maintains a role as Sr. Scientist at Bioversity International, a member centre of the CGIAR. His engagements with EAT enable him to engage closely with UN Agencies such has FAO, UNDP, UNICEF, and UNEP; progressive private sector partners, and individuals farmers and farming communities on the radical food transformation needed in support of human health and environmental sustainability.

Fabrice has a long publication record with more than 110 peer reviewed papers and book chapters on integrated approaches to conservation, food production and environmental health, including several published in Science and Nature. He has co-edited several books, including a two volume book on Integrating Ecology into Poverty Reduction published in 2012. Fabrice is a Contributing Author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), and has held adjunct faculty positions with Columbia University, CATIE in Costa Rica, and the University of Idaho. He serves on the Science Advisory Board for the Science for Nature and People Partnership (SNAPP). He was Humboldt State University’s “Person of the Year” in 1995, and recipient of the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development’s Young Professional of the Year in 2005.

Fabrice is a Belgian National, though spent the majority of his life in California. He is fluent in French, English and Spanish and has lived in Africa, Latin America, and Europe. He earned his doctoral degree in Geography/Ecology from the University of California Davis (2004), and completed his postdoctoral fellowship with the Earth Institute at Columbia University in 2008. He holds a Master’s Degree in Forest Biology from Iowa State University, and a BSc. in Plant and Forest Ecology from Humboldt State University. He currently resides in Montpellier, France with his wife and 2 children. Fabrice is an avid brewer, gardener and chicken farmer.

GUEST PANELIST:

Elphee Medici

Nutrition & Health Communications Consultant
A dietitian with over 30 years’ experience including 10 years in the NHS – with a final post as Chief III Hepatology Dietitian at King’s College Hospital. Before going freelance, I worked as the in-house dietitian setting nutrition and health strategies for various food companies including Alpro, Unilever & Yoplait. My core expertise includes critiquing and interpreting scientific data into practical implications and public health messaging, producing various evidence-based scientific and consumer publications, working with key scientific leads and advising on regulatory matters. I am most proud to have recently worked with the BDA on the development of the One Blue Dot® project providing a scientific review of the evidence for sustainable diets and the nutritional implications for the UK public.

 

Elphee Medici

Nutrition & Health Communications Consultant
A dietitian with over 30 years’ experience including 10 years in the NHS – with a final post as Chief III Hepatology Dietitian at King’s College Hospital. Before going freelance, I worked as the in-house dietitian setting nutrition and health strategies for various food companies including Alpro, Unilever & Yoplait. My core expertise includes critiquing and interpreting scientific data into practical implications and public health messaging, producing various evidence-based scientific and consumer publications, working with key scientific leads and advising on regulatory matters. I am most proud to have recently worked with the BDA on the development of the One Blue Dot® project providing a scientific review of the evidence for sustainable diets and the nutritional implications for the UK public.

 

Webinar Host and Moderator

Tanya Haffner, Dietitian & Director, Nutrilicious.


This NutriWebinar is being kindly supported by the Alpro Foundation sharing knowledge and discussions on the relevance of plant-based eating

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Alpro Foundation is an independent platform for academics, health care professionals and key stakeholders in nutrition sharing knowledge and discussions on the relevance of plant-based eating.
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The foundations primary focus is to support and promote scientific knowledge and research in plant-based nutrition and its impact on health and planet by:

  • Funding research to enlarge the understanding of plant-based diets and its impact on human health and/or the sustainability of the planet.
  • Award young scientists for their research on the impact of plant-based eating on health and/or the environment.
  • Organising conferences and student symposia
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