About the event
Agricultural systems are essential for the health, food security and nutrition, and economic well-being of people around the globe. While there are many forms of agriculture that support healthy people and a healthy planet, food systems globally are also a key contributor to environmental degradation. Without sustainable food systems, the climate goal set by the international community can’t be met.
To accelerate the transformation and maximize its benefits, the transformation also needs to be nature-positive and climate-resilient, meaning regenerative. The lessons learned and findings from the Food System Summit, leading initiatives, campaigns and sectoral approaches will be explored in the session that can deliver deep, rapid and systemic transformation of the food system with a focus on integrated approaches that align with the “One Health” approach to healthy people and a healthy planet.
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Craig Hanson - Vice President of Food, Forests, Water & the Ocean (Moderator)
Diane Holdorf - WBCSD, Managing Director Food and Nature and chair of the Global Commons Alliance
Ulises Lovera - National Director of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment of Paraguay
Martien Van Nieuwkoop - Global Director of Agriculture & Food Global Practice, World Bank
How to attend
This event will take place on Thursday, November 4,
11:00 - 12:30 GMT.
A broadcast link will be added here on the day of the event.
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