The ongoing adverse changes in our ecosystem and health are often found inseparable. A few to mention here are: climate change, ecosystem damage, massive losses in biodiversity, ocean warming, soil degradation and industrial pollution. They are causing havoc on our planet and ill-health to its inhabitants. Further, urbanization coupled with nuclear families with a raise in income is also driving a global dietary transition wherein traditional diets are found replaced by diets higher in refined sugars, fats, oils and junk foods. In the coming thirty years i.e., by 2050, these dietary trends, if unchecked, would be a major contributor to an estimated 80 % increase in global greenhouse gas emissions and ill-health. Moreover, these dietary shifts are the cause to greatly increase the occurrence of type II diabetes, coronary heart disease, liver malfunctions, mental derailment, anguish, anger and other chronic non-communicable diseases that lower global life expectancies and global economy. Global health strategies with multi-interdisciplinary topics through a unique podium as conceived in the present international conference will be focused to address the Long Sustainable Living Plan.