Gathering data on food environments and food practices

Our research on food environments in Copenhagen is out! Unhealthy diets are the leading cause of mortality and morbidity globally. Simultaneously, the factors that influence diet-related ill-health also drive climate change. Acknowledging the link between health and environmental sustainability, in 2019 the EAT-Lancet Commission outlined a diet beneficial for both humans and the planet. There … Continue reading Gathering data on food environments and food practices

The Future of Green Public Procurement

How can we shift the habits, production, metrics and governance of our food systems towards sustainability? On 10 October, a group of experts within the food value chain came together to explore these questions during a side event on 'Systemic change in our food systems' at the C40 World Mayors Summit. Green public procurement of food provides … Continue reading The Future of Green Public Procurement

Not grim enough?

Over the course of January, I was a part of a test round for a new produce delivery service called GRIM. In Copenhagen, we've seen a rise in the companies offering household food box deliveries. GRIM, however, is different because the content of the box is comprised only of organic fruits and vegetables that are … Continue reading Not grim enough?