H.E Víctor M. Villalobos believes that technology will be central in helping farmers across North America adapt to the changing climate.
Exciting progress around food loss and waste has already been made. Strategic policies can help countries do even more.
Philanthropy can help tilt the incentives needed to usher in a regenerative and agroecological transition centering farmers and landscape stewards.
Advocates worry that initiatives from COP27 are doing more to support industrial agriculture, which will only worsen the climate crisis.
Coming out of COP27, food systems advocates are celebrating their wins, evaluating the shortcomings of the Conference, and preparing for what’s next.
Alternative proteins can be produced at scale and have the potential to reduce demand for conventional meat. But are they the answer to preserving biodiversity?