Antonelli Marta

Dr Marta Antonelli has 12 years of experience as researcher and project leader, working across social and environmental sciences. Her expertise lies in the fields of sustainable food production and consumption, water and food policy, sustainable diets. Her experience includes positions, among others, at the University of Roma Tre, University IUAV of Venice, the University of Siena, Venice International University, the Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology. She has also consulted for business, NGOs and start-ups.

She currently serves as Research Manager of the Su-Eatable Life project, aiming at reducing carbon and water footprints through the promotion of a sustainable and healthy diets in universities and companies’ canteens across the United Kingdom and Italy, and as Head of Research at the Barilla Foundation.With a M.Sc. in International Economics (La Sapienza University of Rome), M. SC.Development Studies (SOAS, University of London), she holds a Ph.D. in Environment, Politics and Development (King’s College London).


  • Conceptual Models of Food Choice: Influential Factors Related to Foods, Individual Differences, and Society
  • Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in Sub-Saharan Africa and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Insights from Italian Investments
  • The Water-Food Nexus in Mediterranean Cities: The Quest for More Sustainable Diets
  • Transforming food systems under climate change: Local to global policy as a catalyst for change
  • Urban Food Waste: A Framework to Analyse Policies and Initiatives

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