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Webinar in the Nutrition Knowledge Snack Series

The planetary health diet (EAT Lancet, 2019), which consists mainly of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and plant-based sources of protein, is healthy for people and the planet. How can we translate recommendations to transform the food system into project implementation? By presenting examples working on the nexus between climate and nutrition, we want to explore the collaboration between the two sectors, its potential and challenges.


  • Anika Reinbott (SV APES)
  • Pauline Probst (SPA)
  • Katalin Solymosi (Unique Forestry & Landuse)


Last year the ‘Food Security, Nutrition and Resilience’ working group decided to facilitate exchange between group members in order to increase the level of learning from one another. The group identified topics of great interest to the community as well as specific learning events which are included in the work plan of the group.

The IDA community platforms have been set up and are already used actively. Hence, ‘the floor is open’ for fruitful technical exchange.

The aims of the webinars in the Knowledge Snacks series which started in early 2019 are:

  • To support learning and knowledge exchange between projects on emerging relevant topics on FNSR in an informal manner
  • To facilitate virtual exchange of community members


Photo: © GIZ

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