Delphi report: ‘Governance as the main vulnerability in the EU’s food system’

As part of WP5 of TRANSMANGO a Delphi method was conducted, where 45 international experts participated to identify global drivers of the food system affecting EU food and nutrition security. This method was aimed at analysing vulnerabilities and transitions at EU Level. The main objectives of WP5 are the following:

  • Characterize how the different types of vulnerabilities are expressed at the EU level and map hotspots;
  • Elaborate stakeholder-developed conceptual models on scenarios about the functioning of EU food systems, identifying interrelations among key building blocks, vulnerabilities and global drivers;
  • Develop normative transition pathways for desirable future EU food systems (2050);
  • Design potential transition pathways.

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