Fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food systems from primary production to consumption

Fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food systems from primary production to consumption

A transition towards sustainable food systems is key to address these challenges and bring environmental, health and social benefits, support climate neutrality and resilience as well as ensure fair economic gains.

A transition towards sustainable food systems is key to address these challenges and bring environmental, health and social benefits, support climate neutrality and resilience as well as ensure fair economic gains.


For an informal summary of the draft calls under this Destination see ISERD's leaflet

Success Stories

By 2050, the world population may reach 10 billion people. Unfortunately, there’s not enough agricultural land available to sustainably produce the food needed…
Enabling sustainable farming systems provides a number of economic,…
Enabling sustainable fisheries and aquaculture contributes directly to an…
Transforming food systems for health, sustainability and inclusion requires a…

Updates

The Horizon Europe info-days will address 9 themes, each featuring a programme of exclusive discussions and hands-on sessions, dedicated to a different cluster or part of the new programme.
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Horizon Material

The document gives guidelines to all projects regarding the ethical considerations and issues related to research data in Horizon 2020 projects
Horizon 2020 is divided into 3 three pillars and 2 specific objectives corresponding to its main priorities