This section provides a selection of online resources related to the transition toward "Sustainable Food Systems”: examples of successful transitions, data related to food systems, evaluation tools, etc.
This resource displays research and initiatives looking at transitions toward sustainable food systems around the globe, as well as food systems transformation toolkit.
Food systems data for improving diets and nutrition.
The formulation of effective policies toward food loss and waste reduction requires comprehensive information as to how much and where – both geographically and along the supply chain – various foods are lost or wasted.
APHLIS collects, analyzes and disseminates data on postharvest losses of cereal grains in sub-Saharan Africa.
The website of this project, funded by the EU, displays analyses, publications, and tools on sustainable food systems.
Applying the TEEBAgriFood Evaluation Framework: Overarching Implementation Guidance - Global Alliance for the Future of Food
Food and agriculture systems have both positive and negative impacts on planetary health and human well-being. Decisions across food systems at the farm, business, research, and government levels create the conditions for negative costs (or externalities) to multiply or be mitigated, and for positive benefits to be enhanced or constrained.
The TEEBAgriFood Scientific and Economics Foundations report in 2018 has proposed a Framework to provide a comprehensive understanding of eco-agrifood systems for decision-makers. It is based on the three principles of universality, comprehensiveness and inclusion. The TEEBAgriFood Framework has since become a foundational reference for true cost accounting in food systems.
The present report “Applying the TEEBAgriFood Evaluation Framework: Overarching Implementation Guidance” was commissioned by the Global Alliance for the Future of Food to assist in applications of the TEEBAgriFood Evaluation Framework, developed by United Nations Environment Programme.