We mobilise economic expertise
to assess the real costs of our food in the EU and
build the business case for a more sustainable agriculture


How do we do it?


We Gather

We Gather

We gather experts to assess the costs and benefits of both conventional and sustainable farming in the EU. Thanks to those economic metrics, it is possible to define the agricultural practices that are economically viable as well as ecologically responsible and thus to help both farmers and policy makers make informed decisions.

We Inform

We Inform

We inform the European public about the economic implications of different farming practices. We convert complex economic expertise into everyday language so that citizens can make informed decisions about the food they eat.

We Advocate

We Advocate

We use balanced, high-level economic arguments to advocate for more sustainable farming practices at the European Union level. We believe that providing policy makers with reliable figures is key.

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About us

EAT (European Agricultural Transition) is a start up think tank initiated and managed by a team of 3 persons: Dr Filippa Chatzistavrou, an EU governance expert, Sonia Ben Ali, a social entrepreneur and Matthieu Lacour Veyranne, agronomist, all concerned about the sustainable development challenge of agriculture and food systems in Europe. We are very keen to hearing from you, so do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in this initiative!