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Appendix B: Workshop Agenda
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... B Workshop Agenda Sustainable Diets: Food for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet May 7-8, 2013 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Ave., NW Washington, DC Auditorium Day 1: May 7, 2013 8:15 am Registration 8:45 Welcome and Introductions  Erik Olson, Workshop Planning Committee Chair, Natural Resources Defense Council 9:00 Keynote and Discussion Kathleen Merrigan, Former Deputy Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture SESSION 1 -- DEFINING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EATING PATTERNS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 9:35 Session 1 Introduction  Moderator: Robert Burns, Grocery Manufacturers Association 9:40 Priority Agriculture–Environmental–Nutrition Linkages for Sustainable Diets Barbara Burlingame, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 129
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... 130 SUSTAINABLE DIETS 10:00 Trade-Offs Between Human and Environmental Health: Fish Cynthia Jones, Old Dominion University Trade-Offs Between Human and Environmental Health: 10:20  Meat Frank Mitloehner, University of California, Davis 10:40 Panel and Audience Discussion with Session 1 Speakers 11:10 Break SESSION 2 -- QUANTIFYING TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: MOVING FROM CONCEPTUAL LINKS TO EMPIRICAL DATA 11:25 Session 2 Introduction Moderator: Allen Levine, University of Minnesota Quantifying Environmental Impacts of Dietary Guidance 11:30  Policy Emily Cassidy, University of Minnesota 11:50 Land Use Effects of Various Dietary Patterns Christian Peters, Tufts University 12:10 pm Life-Cycle Analysis Martin Heller, University of Michigan 12:30 Panel and Audience Discussion with Session 2 Speakers 1:00 Lunch SESSION 3 -- SUSTAINABLE COMMODITY SOURCING AND THE FOOD PRICE ENVIRONMENT 2:00 Session 3 Introduction Moderator: Deborah Atwood, AGree 2:05 Projected Food Prices: The Impact of Environmental Constraints Richard Volpe, Economic Research Service
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... APPENDIX B 131 2:25 The Effect of Natural Resource Scarcity on Commodity Sourcing Barton Seaver, Harvard University 2:45 Can Economic Incentives Drive Environmental Sustainability and Healthier Diets: Consumer Responsiveness to Price Incentives Parke Wilde, Tufts University 3:15 Panel and Audience Discussion with Session 3 Speakers 3:45 Break SESSION 4 -- DAY 1 SUMMARY PANEL 4:00 Review and Discussion About Day 1 Moderator: Derek Yach, The Vitality Group 4:30 Summary of Key Ideas  Eakman, The Chicago Council on Global Discussant: Lisa Affairs  5:00 Adjourn Day 2: May 8, 2013 8:00 am Registration 8:15 Welcome and Recap of Day 1 Erik Olson, Natural Resources Defense Council SESSION 5 -- OPTIONS AND APPROACHES TO ENABLE SUSTAINABLE FOOD CHOICES 8:30 Session 5 Introduction Moderator: Gail Feenstra, University of California, Davis 8:35 Lessons from Across the Atlantic Tim Lang, City University London 9:10 Policy Implications: Dietary Guidelines for Americans Katherine Clancy, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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... 132 SUSTAINABLE DIETS 9:35 Research Priorities Jennifer Wilkins, Cornell University 10:00 Panel and Audience Discussion with Session 5 Speakers SESSION 6 -- FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND SUMMARY 10:30 Session 6 Introduction Moderator: Derek Yach, The Vitality Group 10:35 Behavioral Economics and Implications for the Food Environment and Choices George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University 11:30 Reflections and Discussion About Day 2  Discussant: Lisa Eakman, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs  12:00 pm Adjourn

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