Focus is on planet-based diets

Eat4Change engages especially 15–35-year-olds European citizens to decrease animal-based products in their diets and increase the consumption of plant-based food.

The project also highlights global interconnections and dependencies and demonstrates how individual diets can impact on the wellbeing of people and the planet and support achievement of sustainable development goals (SDGs). The project contributes to positive economic, social and environmental impacts in Europe and developing countries.

DEAR programm

Eat4Change project is mainly funded by The European Commission’s  Development Education and Awareness Raising Programme (DEAR). The DEAR programme supports projects that engage the European Union public in worldwide issues of social, economic and environmental development. DEAR activities also contribute to the EU’s support for the universal Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all by 2030.

Exhibition created during the Eat4Change project

Exhibition brings the environmental impact of food closer to viewers. The range of topics is wider than just climate impact. The facts related to the environmental impact of food, recommendations for fish and meat choices and some planet-friendly recipes are presented. We have the opportunity to fill our bellies wisely, keeping in mind the health of both ourselves and the planet. The most important thing - more tasty plants and less well-chosen animal food!

Fish Guide Meat Guide


The project is co-funded by the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of Estonian Fund for Nature and other Eat4Change partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.

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