Led by 40 renowned scientists in the field of health and environment, The EAT Lancet report on food, planet and health published on January 2019 made global headlines by providing unequivocal scientific evidence for the massive impact of food we eat on the environment. Since then the commission has launched its findings through press releases, and conferences in more than 35 locations globally in an attempt to advocate individual changes as well as policies towards reduced environmental footprint and food justice. Together with the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, we are working closely with the EAT LANCET commission to spearhead their report in Israel through a series of events, including a conference led by experts (including one of the EAT LANCET author), media outreach, chefs workshops, and roundtables with policymakers.