Deliverable D 10.3. The potential role of producer and consumer food policies in the EU to sustainable food and nutrition security

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Deliverable D 10.3. The potential role of producer and consumer food policies in the EU to sustainable food and nutrition security
Paper authors
Catharina Latka (UBO), Thomas Heckelei (UBO), Miroslav Batka (IIASA), Esther Boere (IIASA), Chiao-Ya Chang (UBO), David Cui (WecR), Marianne Geleijnse (WU), Petr Havlík (IIASA), Anneleen Kuijsten (WU), Marijke Kuiper (WecR), Adrian Leip (JRC), Pieter van’t Veer (WU), Heinz-Peter Witzke (UBO), Friederike Ziegler (RISE)
Date
Nov 5 2018
Description The aim of the research presented in SUSFANS D10.3 is threefold: (1) We identify a set of interesting and relevant policies in the areas of EU health and nutrition, agricultural, fisheries, and storage, i.e. market stabilisation, policies. (2) The SUSFANS modelling toolbox is applied. This gives the possibility to test and debug the most recent model developments following from previous SUSFANS work and identify further necessary improvements towards the end of the project. (3) We test the selected policy measures and assess their impacts on the EU agrofood system applying the SUSFANS metrics framework. Our results show, how the assessed policies may impact EU producers and consumers and how these can contribute to improving sustainability in the food system. Different established macro models are applied for the foresight analysis of the various policies. The policies tested are distinct from each other and are not run with all models available in the toolbox. In this sense, the presented research serves as a pre-test for the final foresight work in SUSFANS which will involve combined approaches of policies and models. Nevertheless, our results give already an insight on the directions of impacts as well as on the applicability and quantifiability of the metrics framework.
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