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EFAD Sustainable and Healthy Diets recorded webinar series (2021-22)

European Federation of the Association of Dietitians (EFAD) is delighted to invite you to a series of webinars as part of the resources of the online course on “Sustainable and Healthy Diets”. This is a series of webinars supported by unrestricted educational grants from Nestle and Danone and are saved with the conversation threads and participant surveys for your continued use.

This is the last in a series of 5 webinars.  It is very easy to sign up and have access for free.  The first four webinars are available to watch on-demand, and you can watch the 5th one here as well on 2022 May 31 at 1700 UTC. 

During the 1st webinar, Prof. Filippo Arfini and Ms Raquel Bernácer introduced the concept and pillars of sustainability as well as the context and challenges of sustainable diets.

On the 2nd webinar, we heard from our expert speakers Dr Christopher A Birt and Mr Manuel Moñino, about the European Farm to Fork strategy and other global initiatives toward more sustainable food systems.

On the 3rd webinar, Dr Ana Islas Ramos from FAO updated us on how Food-Based Dietary Guidelines are developed and implemented to improve their effectiveness and integrate sustainability and Prof. Rune Blomhoff went through how the Nordic and Baltic countries integrated sustainability into health-based diet guidelines.

During the 4th webinar, Ms Laura Batlle-Bayer presented the food production/ agriculture aspects and the life cycle analysis. Mr Pierre Garin talked about food processing and its’ impact on sustainability, sustainable food labelling and how to make food products more sustainable. Last but not least, Dr Sarah Browne, went through food waste and nutrition quality.

In the upcoming 5th webinar, taking place on May 31st, Ujué Fresán will guide us on how to practically follow a healthy and sustainable diet, and Daniela Grach will dive into proposals for implementing sustainable nutrition in the professional fields of dietetics”

We hope you enjoy them!