Training the Next Generation of Food System Innovators

There are currently 7.3 billion people living on our planet, and their diet patterns include more meat and dairy consumption. This is putting pressure not only on the environment, as the number of livestock is growing, but also on our current food system. And while food scarcity prevails in some parts of the world, over-nutrition - or overeating - causes major health problems in other parts. This diet paradox calls for a change in the current food system.
— Nicole Pfefferle, MS candidate, environmental studies and sustainability science, Lund University