The European Commission’s publication ‘Pathways for Action’ guides future research and innovation policy reflections relevant to Horizon Europe, the Farm to Fork strategy and European Green Deal. The report, to which the FIT4FOOD2030 contributed, sets out 10 Pathways where R&I can concretely deliver co-benefits to nutrition, climate, circularity and communities, at multiple levels: from local to international. The report underlines that the need for a systemic and transdisciplinary approach to R&I is crucial for success and improved impact.
You can download the publication here, or at the EC website.
More information on FIT4FOOD2030 is available at their website.