It’s the result of our campaign this year to the UN Food Systems Summit for a framework capturing the social, sustainability and nutrition impacts of the food system.
We are launching OmniAction to produce a unified global framework measuring the health and sustainability impacts of the food system.
It is designed to make it possible for harmonisation across eco labelling and all other sustainability and nutrition metrics. Science-based, verified and independent, the framework will be made available as a public good to all actors across global agrifood.
Please join us – your expertise, experience and support would be invaluable. A good starting point will be the formal launch, when you can ask questions and make suggestions.
This will be via a Zoom video conference at 4pm GMT on January 27th 2022. Please sign up via this Eventbrite link.
What we’ll do
- OmniAction will reflect the ever-improving nature of data capture and analysis. It will iterate daily toward a full framework addressing environmental impact, labour rights, land sovereignty, food safety and nutrition.
- OmniAction will foster a consumer environment which progresses health and sustainability goals.
- This in turn will foster changes in the industry and policy environments.
What you can do
- Contribute existing methods and methodologies on agrifood impacts. We accept qualitative and quantitative data, and life cycle assessments based on all available data. Contributions will be harmonised into one global, unifying framework, designed as the North Star in benchmarking. Your IP remains protected and your inputs will be anonymised.
- Use the framework as a resource for meeting social and environmental goals.
- Contribute science and expertise to a relevant committee.
- Donate to support OmniAction’s work. All funds will be dedicated to expanding the team of data scientists developing the framework.
We do look forward to seeing you at our Zoom event on January 27th.
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