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Title Sustainable and healthy nutrition - trade-offs and synergies
Title Original Sustainable and healthy nutrition - trade-offs and synergies
Official Acronym NFP69
Official project number 406940-166765
FiBL project number 35136
Abstract

In this project, we investigate the question of how nutritional patterns in Switzerland impact on health, environment, and socio-economic aspects. We will combine recent data on dietary patterns in Switzerland with environmental-economic models to create an integrative instrument for a comprenhensive analysis of the food sector. In the center of this analysis is the question of trade-offs and synergies between the themes of sustainable and healthy diets. From this analysis we will derive recommendations for consumers, policy, farmers and the food industry.

Project status ongoing
Start of project 01.09.2016
End of project 31.12.2019
Financing/ Donor
  • NFP69: Schweizerischer Nationalfonds (SNF) – Nationale Forschungsprogramme (NFP)
(Research) Programme
  • Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) - National Research Programmes (NRPs)
Project partners
  • Flury & Giuliani
  • Rütter Soceco
  • ZHAW
  • Uni Zürich
  • Treeze GmbH
Project Advisory Board
  • Bruno Cabernard (COOP, Switzerland)
  • Simon Briner (FOAG, Switzerland)
  • Anders Gautschi (FOEN, Switzerland)
  • Esther Camenzind (FDHA, Switzerland)
  • Markus Huppenbauer (Uni Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Dr. Tara Garnett (Oxford University, Great Britian)
  • Prof. Pete Smith (Aberdeen University, Great Britain)
  • Prof. Karl-Heinz Erb (Alpe-Adria University, Austria)
  • Prof. Johannes Kahl (Copenhagen University, Denmark)
  • Prof. Imke de Boer (Wageningen University, Netherlands)
FiBL project leader/ contact
FiBL project staff
Role of FiBL

Koordination, Modellierung

Research area
Themes
Date modified 28.05.2019
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