Welcome to the FIT4FOOD2030 survey on trends, cases and potential breakthroughs in research and innovation (R&I)

Your knowledge and examples of trends, cases, and potential breakthroughs in R&I will provide the project with valuable insights and ensure that your voice is heard. We would welcome your participation in this survey to provide us with relevant examples of trends, cases and potential breakthroughs in the R&I sphere for consideration within this project.

If you wish to be kept informed about other opportunities to engage with the project members, please leave your email at the end of the survey.

The survey contains a maximum of 21 focused questions which should take you about 15 minutes to answer. Feel free to provide us with website links to relevant information, if this saves you time!

Before we start, though, a quick round of explanations of concepts we use:

Trends: trends are developments over time or changes over a long run which are likely to affect society or parts thereof after a few years. Trends cannot easily be influenced in a mechanic way by specific/individual organisations, players, or nations. They are often a result of specific drivers or can be promoted by strong influencers. They become visible only in retrospective.

Cases: initiatives, key findings, social movements, good practices, networks, projects, case studies, demonstrations that have positively affected the food system. Some cases that had great potential, but ultimately failed, will also be considered to see which criteria are important for a successful showcase.

Potential breakthroughs: movements, project findings, new systems, etc. that have the potential to impact the food system significantly in the future.

Cases and potential breakthroughs of interest can be found in all research fields (such as food production/consumption, bio-economy, health, environment, ICT, social sciences and humanities), but also in different areas other than research and innovation (e.g. policy, societal engagement, education, business models, public/private interaction).

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 774088.
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Please mark which of the following sectors you see yourself representing: *


 
Please mark which of the following areas you see yourself representing: *


 
What trends in R&I are you aware of that in your opinion will influence the food system in the EU (up to three)? Please, provide information on your first example of a trend.

Trends: trends are developments over time or changes over a long run which are likely to affect society or parts thereof after a few years. Trends cannot easily be influenced in a mechanic way by specific/individual organisations, players, or nations. They are often a result of specific drivers or can be promoted by strong influencers. They become visible only in retrospective.
 
Do you have other trend examples?

     
 
What trends in R&I are you aware of that in your opinion will influence the food system in the EU (up to three)? Please provide information on your second example of a trend.

Trend: trends are developments over time or changes over a long run which are likely to affect society or parts thereof after a few years. Trends cannot easily be influenced in a mechanic way by specific/individual organisations, players, or nations. They are often a result of specific drivers or can be promoted by strong influencers. They become visible only in retrospective.
 
Do you have other trend examples?

     
 
What trends in R&I are you aware of that in your opinion will influence the food system in the EU (up to three)? Please provide information on your third example of a trend.

Trend: trends are developments over time or changes over a long run which are likely to affect society or parts thereof after a few years. Trends cannot easily be influenced in a mechanic way by specific/individual organisations, players, or nations. They are often a result of specific drivers or can be promoted by strong influencers. They become visible only in retrospective.
 
What cases in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will influence the food system in the EU to make it future-proof (up to three)?

Cases can be initiatives, key findings, social movements, good practices, networks, projects, case studies, demonstrations, etc. that have positively affected the food system. Some cases that had great potential, but ultimately failed cases will also be considered to see which criteria are important for a successful showcase.
 
Give a brief description of your first case.

 
What category does the case belong to?


 
Why do you think this case has been successful?


 
Does this case contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
Do you have other case examples?

     
 
What cases in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will influence the food system in the EU to make it future-proof (up to three)?

Cases can be initiatives, key findings, social movements, good practices, networks, projects, case studies, demonstrations, etc. that have positively affected the food system. Some cases that had great potential, but ultimately failed cases will also be considered to see which criteria are important for a successful showcase.
 
Give a brief description of your second case.

 
What category does the case belong to?


 
Why do you think this case has been successful?


 
Does this case contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
Do you have other case examples?

     
 
What cases in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will influence the food system in the EU to make it future-proof (up to three)?

Cases can be initiatives, key findings, social movements, good practices, networks, projects, case studies, demonstrations, etc. that have positively affected the food system. Some cases that had great potential, but ultimately failed cases will also be considered to see which criteria are important for a successful showcase.
 
Give a brief description of your third case.

 
What category does the case belong to?


 
Why do you think this case has been successful?


 
Does this case contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
What cases in R&I are you aware of that had great potential, but that have not lived up to expectations?

 
Give a brief description.

 
What category did the cases belong to?


 
Why did these fail in your opinion?

 
In your opinion, what features/characteristics does a case have to have to be considered as a successful showcase? Please provide details.

 
What potential breakthroughs in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will shape a future-proof European food system (up to three)?

Potential breakthroughs: movements, project findings, new systems, etc. that have the potential to impact the food system significantly in the future.
 
Give a brief description of your first potential breakthrough.

 
In which area of activity (research, policy, social movement, education, etc.) do you see them happening?


 
Does this potential breakthrough contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
Do you have another example of a potential breakthrough in R&I?

     
 
What potential breakthroughs in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will shape a future-proof European food system (up to three)?

Potential breakthroughs: movements, project findings, new systems, etc. that have the potential to impact the food system significantly in the future.
 
Give a brief description of your second potential breakthrough in R&I.

 
In which area of activity (research, policy, social movement, education, etc.) do you see them happening?


 
Does this potential breakthrough contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
Do you have another example of a potential breakthrough in R&I?

     
 
What potential breakthroughs in R&I are you aware of that, in your opinion, will shape a future-proof European food system (up to three)?

Potential breakthroughs: movements, project findings, new systems, etc. that have the potential to impact the food system significantly in the future.
 
Give a brief description of your third potential breakthrough.

 
In which area of activity (research, policy, social movement, education, etc.) do you see them happening?


 
Does this potential breakthrough contribute to meeting any of the four challenges?





 
In your opinion, what are the barriers and the incentives that will determine the successful implementation and application of these breakthroughs?

 
Do you want to stay in touch with FIT4FOOD2030?


 
Please, leave your name here if you are interested in staying in touch with FIT4FOOD2030:

Thank you for your time and support with this survey. If you have further questions or additional ideas, please, do not hesitate to contact Dr Bettina Schelkle, ILSI Europe, at bschelkle@ilsieurope.be.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 774088.
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