Sustainable Food Systems Network
The Sustainable Food Systems Network is a virtual platform where actors interested in the transformation of European food systems can connect, interact and inspire each other.
Register today by filling out a short registration form!
The Sustainable Food Systems Network has been initiated in 2020 by the European Commission funded project FIT4FOOD2030, which advocates for food system transformation through responsible research and innovation (RRI) and the systems approach and has the mission to connect, inspire and engage stakeholders working to build sustainable food systems.
One of the crucial prerequisites for ensuring future-proof food systems is good communication between different stakeholders. Initially, the FOOD 2030 Platform was responsible for the mobilisation of a wide variety of food system related stakeholders at the level of cities, regions, countries, and Europe. It helped to decide research priorities for a sustainable food system. Now, FOOD 2030 Platform has evolved into Sustainable Food Systems Network (SFSN).
Who is the Sustainable Food Systems Network for?
Anyone who wants to be up-to-date with activities aimed at creating resilient and sustainable food systems with well-integrated responsible research and innovation practices. It is a place that connects:
- policy makers,
- business professionals,
- civil society organisations,
- funding bodies all over the world.
How can I become a member of the Sustainable Food Systems Network?
By filling out a simple registration form. If you register with an e-mail address that is connected to your social media account, you can link your SFSN profile with social media, such as LinkedIn, which can increase the visibility of your LinkedIn profile as well.
How can I interact on the Sustainable Food Systems Network?
You can access the Network either through your internet browser or by downloading the Mobilize app on your smartphone.
SFSN enables you to:
- create and comment on discussion posts and polls,
- get in touch with any of the members through private messages,
- attach files to your posts, polls, and comments,
- share events and new job opportunities.
Share events, articles, files, job opportunities, and more regarding topics such as:
- local food production,
- research and innovation,
- local or national food-related policies,
- healthy and sustainable diets,
- impact of food production on the climate,
- food waste.