SYSTEMIC final symposium

March 12, 2024 10:00 - 12:30 CET
An integrated approach to the challenge of sustainable food systems: adaptive and mitigatory strategies to address climate change and malnutrition.


The SYSTEMIC project is a network of researchers to better understand food and nutrition security in a changing environment. The SYSTEMIC network has brought together scientists and practitioners from different disciplines and expertise on different parts of the food system to explore cross-cutting solutions, identify knowledge gaps and develop pathways for a food system transformation, which is climate-resilient and able to cope with societal challenges.

The aim of the SYSTEMIC project was to develop a joint vision for the development of an integrated food system for continuous improvement in sustainability at production, consumption, and public health.


10:00Welcome and introduction
10:10SYSTEMIC presentation by coordinators
10:55Q&A session
11:15Round table discussion
12:30End of symposium


In 2019 a Knowledge Hub call under the ERA-HDHL framework was launched. The call is a collaboration between JPI HDHL, FACCE JPI and JPI Oceans. Eight funding countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, LAtvia, Norway, Portugal and Spain) have made this project possible.

Call Secretariat: AEI (Spain)

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