Food systems are contributing to the climate crisis, but they can also be part of the solution.
Youth from around the world and their allies released an open letter calling for governments and businesses to center sustainable and healthy diets in climate commitments and upcoming global fora.
The USAID and USDA seek to understand the potential challenges, benefits, environmental impacts of insect production through a recently launched Request for Information.
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This session will explore the importance of healthy sustainable diets for people and the planet, as speakers address the challenges communities face accessing fresh, healthy foods as well as potential solutions.
This session will explore investment and True Cost Accounting (TCA) as powerful tools that can effect food systems change. Panelists will discuss the importance of each tool and what it will take unlock their power.
This COP26 session explores the ways in which philanthropy can help translate commitments made at global, national and regional forums – like the UN Food Systems Summit and COP26 and others – from words into action.
This special panel discussion at the COP26 will explore the importance of our global grassland and savannah systems, the services and benefits they provide, including as undervalued assets and overlooked solutions in our climate agenda.
During this COP26 event, food systems experts will explore the inextricable link between healthy and sustainable diets and public health, local food systems, food workers, and biodiversity. Speakers include the WWF’s Brent Loken, Nourish Scotland’s Pete Ritchie, and Food Tank’s Dani Nierenberg.
This film screening will feature the finalists of the Food x Film Festival Videos for Change competition, featuring youth-created films. The winning mini documentaries will be screened alongside commentary by Food Tank President Danielle Nierenberg.