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Launch of the Cookbook for systems change!
Want to create recipes for transformation? Are you interested in understanding how we can implement missions to help us address the greatest societal challenges of our time?

The Cookbook for systems change - Nordic innovation strategies for sustainable food systems, by Nordic Food Policy Lab of the Nordic Council of Ministers, Stockholm Resilience Centre and EAT, lays out an inclusive Nordic approach to implementing research and innovation-oriented missions.

On 26 January you are invited to explore the key learnings that help demystifying systems change.

The cookbook introduces a mission-approach to food systems transformation and discusses the role that a strong public innovation system can play. The book provides the ingredients – templates for developing interventions, guides for how to get started and examples of cross-cutting projects – that can be used to create recipes for change. It also offers a new, emergent way to work with complex and dynamic systems.

Join us for a special crash course starting off with a tour of the Cookbook for systems change, followed by a debate on the need for a mission-based approach, ending with a Q&A.
- Date: 26 January 2021
- Time: 10:00-11:00 (CET)

In conversation:
Sebastian Hielm Food Safety Director, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Finland and Chairman of the National Nutrition Council
Dan Hill, Director of Strategic Design, Vinnova
Sigridur Thormodsdottir, Head of Biobased Industries, Innovation Norway
Ove Kenneth Nodland, Innovation Manager EAT
Afton Halloran - independent consultant will give us a walk-through of the main take-aways and other cookbook authors will also be present to answer questions

Jan 26, 2021 10:00 AM in Copenhagen

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