Join Dorothy Shaver and Kenzie Wade for a practical discussion on how the private sector can actively contribute to the evolution of global food systems, providing actionable insights for a more sustainable and equitable food future.
Join Vijay Kumar, Keith Agoda, and Kenzie Wade for a grounded discussion on why investing in farmers is pivotal for a more sustainable and equitable food future.
Join us for a practical discussion on how fair trade practices can enable producers to invest in climate solutions.
Join Million Belay and Danielle Nierenberg for an unvarnished conversation that highlights the experiences and successes of farmers in addressing the climate crisis at the grassroots level. Together, we can learn from these practical examples to build a more sustainable and resilient future.
Join Daniela Chiriac and Danielle Nierenberg for a pragmatic discussion on how finance can play a transformative role in our global food systems.
While 783 million people still face hunger, a significant portion of the world’s population now grapples with overconsumption and unhealthy eating habits. At the same time, the expansion of agricultural frontiers is reaching its limit, leading to environmental degradation and biodiversity loss.
The event aims to provide a space to negotiators to share their views on critical issues of loss and damage associated with climate change impacts, with a specific focus on agriculture and food security. The session will also discuss what’s needed to advance climate action within the realms of agriculture and food security. The objective is to provide a platform for diverse stakeholders to engage in an insightful dialogue on challenges and expectations on these two negotiations tracks and inspire concrete actions toward addressing and mitigating the impacts of climate change.
Ensuring sustainable food systems that can feed a growing population, while safeguarding the planet, is one of the biggest challenges in a generation. A big challenge needs a big response. Join us for an event looking at innovative approaches to financing and private sector involvement.
FAO will provide a space for exchange on system-level approaches to adaptation in agrifood systems, highlighting country achievements on the journey from planning NAPs and NDCs to implementing transformative action. The event will launch FAO’s latest collection of success stories on implementing solutions for climate change adaptation.
The objective of this side event is to gather insights from those interested in oasis ecosystems on the ‘appropriate governance of the implementing bodies of the Sustainable Oases Initiative. This aims to operationalize the Sustainable Oases Initiative, incorporating it into major international trends related to sustainable agroecosystem management and climate change adaptation.