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20 March 2024

Sweden Innovation Days: A Resilient and Sustainable Food System

Photo credit: FAO/Rosetta Messori

Photo credit: FAO/Rosetta Messori

Sweden Innovation Days is an annual digital event with the objective of connecting innovation actors from Sweden and other countries around the world. The mission to create a more sustainable world can be implemented through international partnerships and collaboration.

A Resilient and Sustainable Food System

Panel discussion about resilience and sustainability in the Swedish Food system with international outlooks. The panel will discuss how Sweden works to make the food system more resilient and sustainable. How does the farmers and food producers work? What are the challenges? How do we work with our soil to keep it fertile in the long term? Resilience is important to cope with climate changes that increasingly puts pressure on the agricultural land. Water supply and effects on waters downstream by agriculture is of increasing importance in Sweden, and abroad. Lantmännen, an agricultural cooperative owned by 18 000 Swedish farmers, is one important driver of the development in the Swedish food system.

  • Claes Johansson, Sustainbility Director, Lantmännen
  • Line Gordon, Professor, Stockholm Resilience Centre’
  • Jennie Barron, Professor (Agricultural Water Management), SLU


More information and registration here.


From 20 March 2024 at 16:00 to 20 March 2024