A panel of experts recently released a paper showing policy’s potential for achieving a better food system as part of the Transforming Food Systems Under a Changing Climate initiative, led by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security. In the paper entitled “Transforming food systems under climate change: Local to global policy as a catalyst for change,” the experts show that policy must address agricultural greenhouse gas emissions, dietary shifts toward sustainable eating, and food loss and waste. And while this policy is critical at multiple levels of governance, it can only result in a sustainable and inclusive food system with ambitious national action and adequate support from private and public investment.
To read the paper by experts like Tonya Rawe, CARE International’s Director of Global Food and Nutrition Security Advocacy; Marta Antonelli, Research Programme Manager of the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation; and Danielle Nierenberg, President of Food Tank, CLICK HERE. A brief is also available HERE.