Coordinating Policies

Core Theme 1: Sustainable food security under climate change

Instrument: Exploratory Workshop

Full title: Coordinating Policies to Support Food and Nutrition Security in the Context of Climate Change

Date: to be decided (2019)

Improving policy interventions to ensure food and nutrition secuirty

National food regulations, taxation policies, environmental laws, Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), dietary guidelines: all such policy interventions have a lot of intended and unintended effects on human health, the environment, climate change, and the competitiveness of European industries in different regions. FACCE-JPI and JPI Healthy Diet and Healthy Life (HDHL) are considering a joint research programme that can help improve policy interventions.

Many tradeoffs

The new programme should first evaluate the effectiveness of current policy interventions, and then come up with ideas for future ones. Because there are many tradeoffs, a holistic analysis is required. The researchers should come from different disciplines and discuss their plans and findings with stakeholders throughout the entire research cycle. They will organize an exploratory workshop to obtain input from experts and funders,.

The proposed start data for this action is to be defined. 


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