Opening up the debate on what makes a sustainable healthy diet

14 May 2014

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Have your say in the debate on sustainable healthy diets by contributing to a new discussion paper from the Food Climate Research Network, part of the Oxford Martin School.

The paper explains why we need to address the question of sustainable diets, and then looks at what constitutes good nutrition and sustainability, before examining the NHS Eatwell plate guidance on diet in both health and sustainability contexts.

Professor Tara Garnett, who runs the Food Climate Research Network, said: "we would very much welcome comments and suggestions. We’d particularly welcome input from network members in low income and emerging economies, where the sustainability and health issues play out very differently."

To join the network and take part in the debate visit