The Food System Economics Commission is a joint initiative that brings together 21 commissioners from 19 global institutions. Meet the team working to transform food systems here.
The interdisciplinary commission will provide political and economic decision-makers with tools and evidence to transform food and land-use systems.
The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and the Food and Land Use Coalition are lead research partners and EAT is the lead communications and engagement partnerHow we work
For additional information about FSEC, see our most frequently asked questions.
accumulated since the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2016
The counter shows the accumulated hidden costs of our current food systems since the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2016, taking into account greenhouse gas emissions, blue water use, land use conversion, nitrogen emissions, undernourishment, poverty, and unhealthy diets.Learn more