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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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Just transition of agriculture to low carbon pathways 2022-06-09
The conflicting aims and values between promoting food security and preserving ecological resilience should be addressed, writes Ellen Huan-Niemi in her Just food Blog.
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How could trade support sustainability? 2021-09-27
Trade policy is a crucial element which has an influence on food system actors all over the globe.
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The new policy recommendation encourages emissions reductions and carbon sequestration 2021-06-14
The Just food project contributed to policy recommendations for cultivated peatlands and mineral lands.
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Webinar on justice in transitions called for more learning across system transitions 2021-06-07
At the “Justice in Transitions” webinar, environmental social science scholars shared insights from their research on justice in sustainability transitions in the food system, energy system, and the textile industry.
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Thoughts on the impact of research and those who need information 2021-06-02
The goal of strategic research is to produce information to support decision-making. For this reason, research topics are selected so that they shed light on topical issues in society.
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The Just food consortium meeting discussed impact and interaction 2021-06-02
The fourth consortium meeting of the Just food project brought project participants together to discuss the impact of the project.
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Transition pathways help assessment: what impacts do the emissions reduction measures of the food system have? 2021-06-02
Just food explores how the Finnish food system should change in order to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions significantly.
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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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