Global food systems are complex and food systems research relies on integrating knowledge, expertise, and resources from many different domains and disciplines. Combining data from different sources, at different scales and dimensions, and from different disciplines can allow us to answer innovative research questions in agriculture, food systems, nutrition, and health. However, creating interdisciplinary frameworks and research questions can be challenging. Below you will find resources, guidance, and reflections on interdisciplinary food systems research.
- A framework for interdisciplinary research in food systems: This article proposes a framework for food systems research across disciplines.
- Data integration for diet sustainability analyses: This article provides guidance on combining data related to diet sustainability in a common framework for food systems modeling.