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The Just Transition – JUST FOOD project studies ways to transition to a climate-smart and healthy food system in a sustainable, acceptable and just manner.

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REFLECT Webinar 3 June 2021: Justice in Transitions 2021-05-04
Come and join the webinar to discuss the contribution of various approaches to justice to the understanding of inequalities and tensions caused by sustainability transitions.
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Discussion on sustainable and healthy diets is hot 2021-04-15
Symposium on Environmental Sustainability of Food Systems and Diets offered a broad collection of views to sustainable eating.
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School meals matter 2021-04-15
Practical experiences for halving the climate impact of school meals.
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Call for papers: Just food system transition in the context of climate change 2021-02-04
In this thematic call, we open justice questions in food system transition into empirical, theoretical, and normative scrutiny
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Policy recommendations for just food system transition - Just Food Policy Brief published 2020-12-09
Just food system transition requires a policy bringing together different objectives and a broad range of stakeholders, summarizes the project’s first policy recommendation.
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YHYS Colloquium collected together an interdisciplinary group of researchers to share insights on just transition 2020-11-30
Just transition is a hybrid concept for the need to consider and reflect upon the issues of social and economic justice in the context of sustainability transitions.
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Still going strong, despite COVID-19! 2020-11-10
What a year it’s been! The the inspiration that springs up from face-to-face encounters and interactions is hard to replace. We've had to learn flexibility, tolerance for uncertainty and new ways of working. We have made progress, despite the difficulties writes Kaisa Karttunen.
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Transition towards plant-based diets is challenging the food system 2020-10-15
The environmental effects of the food system can be lessened through dietary changes towards plant-based diets along with reductions in food waste. According to Saarinen et al. (2019), greenhouse gas emissions from the food system in Finland can be reduced from 13% to 37% in alternative plant-based and fish-rich diets, writes Ellen Huan-Niemi.
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