The "transforming consumption-production systems toward just and sustainable futures" conference runs from July 5 to 8 in Wageningen. Sytra will give a presentation on the protein transition and share partial results of a systematic review on the protein transition.
All publications and events on the topic Transition pathways
A systematic review of the definitions, narratives and paths forwards for a protein transition in high-income countries
The article's main findings shed light on the lack of definitions of the protein transition, divergent opinions on protein reduction or replacement in diets, and a notable oversight of systematic change by focusing solely on the nutritional function of proteins.
This study aims to provide an assessment of social costs of pesticides in France in the prospect of an integration to the public budget spending, helping public authorities to identify financial flows of public funding with an impact perspective
The protein transition, defined as the rebalancing between animal and alternative proteins in diets, is presented as a solution to mitigate the harmful effects of cattle production on the environment. We discuss the implications of such a transition on current livestock farms.
A report on the advantages of organic farming and level of research funding of organic farming in Europe. Paradoxically, high environnemental performances of organic farming are not triggering a significant investment in research
The hereby report provides the solutions identified to address the barriers to crop diversification at each level of the value chains and further discuss the conditions for enabling shifts towards more sustainable food systems.