The fourth and final part of the FIT4FOOD2030 webinar series advocating for responsible research and innovation (RRI) and systems thinking for food system transformation took place on July 14th. The webinars in the series explored various aspects of RRI and systems thinking at different levels of the food system, while drawing upon the FIT4FOOD2030 project outputs and learnings. The JPI HDHL, as partner of the FIT4FOOD2030 consortium, contributed to these webinars.
Webinar 4: The role of R&I in policy making for future-proof food systems
The fourth webinar explored how the FIT4FOOD2030 Policy Labs can serve as an instrument to improve the impact of Research and Innovation (R&I) on food system transition, by addressing some of the issues associated with the role of R&I in policy making for future-proof food systems. Professor Tim Lang opened the webinar with a presentation on the role of R&I in policy making for future-proof food systems. Then Chrissie Brierley introduced the FIT4FOOD2030 policy labs, followed by Siret Talve who presented the Estonian policy lab.
The presentations from Prof. Tim Lang, Chrissie Brierley and Siret Talve, as well as a recording of the full webinar, can be found on the webinars page of the Fit4Food2030 website. On this page you can also watch the recordings of the previous webinars from the series.