On Thursday, June 13, the Crown Princess attended the EAT Stockholm Food Forum at the Annex, Ericsson Globe.
The EAT Stockholm Food Forum was about the connection between food, health and sustainability. The forum included talks, panel debates and discussions between researchers, politicians and industry representatives.
During the afternoon, speakers included:
Two panel discussions were also held during the afternoon.
The EAT Foundation was established in 2014 by the Stordalen Foundation, with the Stockholm Resilience Centre as an academic partner. The forum was established with the aim of changing the global food system and ensuring that we can feed the world's growing population with healthy food from a healthy planet.
In January, the then UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon appointed The Crown Princess as one of 17 advocates for the work involved with the UN's sustainable development goals. The advocates' task is to promote the UN's sustainable development goals – Agenda 2030 – in various ways. From 2019, The Crown Princess will be part of the alumni group.
As an alumnus, The Crown Princess will continue to focus in particular on work relating to the sea and fishing.
Find out more about the global goals and Agenda 2030 at the UN's website.