Food System Horizons

CSIRO has joined forces with The University of Queensland to start a national conversation on looking at transforming our food systems for the future.

The Food System Horizons initiative between CSIRO and The University of Queensland will bring together a range of stakeholders to build a Think Tank that drives evidence-based dialogues to identify pathways for the future of Australia's food systems.

Building on the momentum of the UN Food Summit national dialogues in 2021, the Food System Horizons initiative will build capacity in Australia to navigate, manage and direct transformational processes aligned to the nation's priorities and ambitions.

Policy and Practice

To promote debate and inform policy and practice to ensure sustainable agriculture and nutritious, equitable food systems into the future.

Training and Leadership

To train a cohort of food systems transformation capable professionals for roles in academia, industry, government, and the broader community with a focus on Australia as an active leader in the Asia-Pacific region.

If you would like to know more about the Food System Horizons initiative

Rohan Nelson

CSIRO / UQ Food System Horizons    
Mobile: +61 (0) 450 023 094 

Larelle McMillian

CSIRO Research Director
Sustainability Program

Professor Damian Hine

Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation
The University of Queensland