Food Sustainability Index

The Food Sustainability Index, created by the Economist Intelligence Unit with BCFN, is a tool designed to highlight international policies and best practices relating to global paradoxes and to the main SDGs for food, climate change, sustainable cities, responsible production and consumption, health, gender equality, education and infrastructure.

This study is composed of a white paper, a city monitor, infographics and a digital hub – all tools intended to further expand data relating to the 25 countries and the 16 cities which were at the centre of our research.

It’s a tool for all stakeholders which can be used to promote better awareness for all involved in the food supply chain.

FSI INSTITUTIONAL PRESENTATION TO EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS

The Food Sustainability Index has been presented to the European Institutions with the aim of raising awareness about global food paradoxes, sharing best practices and identifying concrete solutions to achieve the SDGs.

Policy makers, NGOs and the civil society discussed its importance as an educational and inspirational tool.

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