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Introduction and objective:
Climatic anomalies and anthropogenic environmental changes threaten the capacity of food systems that provide healthy nutrition for people in many regions of the world. Additionally, the current dietary patterns are increasingly unhealthy and unsustainable. The aim of the study is to discuss the activities undertaken in the field of improving the environment-diet-health relationship.

Brief description of the state of knowledge:
The European Commission in Helsinki, within The European Green Deal, adopted 2 strategies: ‘Biodiversity Strategy for 2030’, bringing nature back into our lives and ‘Farm to fork’ strategy for a fair, healthy and environmentally friendly food system. – The Circular Economy model was proposed, in which resources/raw materials are not wasted, but better used, and waste is treated as secondary raw materials. -The EAT-Lancet Commission proposed The Planetary Health Diet that is healthy for both people and planet. It will enable to feed the current and future population of 10 billion people in 2050, without harming the environment. The planetary diet is relatively flexible and allows for adaptation to dietary needs, personal preferences and tradition.

Conclusion:
All these interventions, in particular, the widespread implementation of the planetary diet, may lead to improvement of human and planetary well-being. However, it is necessary to transform eating habits, introduce environmentally friendly food production patterns and reduce food waste.

 
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