In order to meet the challenges of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preserving biodiversity, and improving animal welfare, public health, and the rights of farmers, while ensuring food security and sovereignty, structural changes are as necessary and urgent on our fields as on our plates.
Dietary patterns and food habits are deeply rooted in social and cultural contexts but they can, and must, be addressed and transformed through public policies.
During the second edition of the Month of Agroecology 2022, which will be held from the 17th of October to the 18th of November, Agroecology Europe will draw on collective solutions and create pathways of reflection to instigate a change in our dietary patterns and allow a space for them to be the driving force we need for the transition. Agroecology is indeed the way to healthier, more sustainable and fairer food systems!
More information on the event here