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Agroecology TPP: Research on Agroecology: Current strengths and innovative futures for sustainable food systems

The TPP Agroecology is hosting an online event on Research on Agroecology: Current Strengths and Innovative Futures for Sustainable Food Systems. The topic of agroecological transformation of agrifood systems and its link to the SDGs was one of the main themes at this year’s UN World Food Systems Summit in New York.

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The TPP Agroecology is hosting an online event on Research on Agroecology: Current Strengths and Innovative Futures for Sustainable Food Systems. The topic of agroecological transformation of agrifood systems and its link to the SDGs was one of the main themes at this year’s UN World Food Systems Summit in New York. It is evident that such a change is urgently needed.

The event will take place online on October 27 at 12:00-14:00 UTC (14:00-16:00 CEST) and is free and open to everyone.

What to expect?

This interactive, two-hour event is divided into three parts and will help you learn first hand the connections between sustainable intensification and agroecological transformation.

Part 1

An introduction to the Agropolis dossier, published last September. You will get an overview of the extensive research conducted by more than 500 researchers from over 100 universities and research organizations around the world, demonstrating the strong commitment of France and the CGIAR to advancing agroecological transformation.

Part 2

Addressing the demand and need for agroecological research. Current knowledge gaps, new research questions, and the emerging need to do research differently are highlighted.

Part 3

Experts talk about how agroecological research can provide answers to current global challenges and will provide an overview of a variety of ongoing projects and initiatives in the field, such as the Agroecology Coalition,  a Million Voices initiative and many more linked to the Agroecology TPP.

The event will provide ample space for interaction between the audience and the scientists. Find more information here & register!

Times

From 27 October 2021 at 14:00 to 27 October 2021 at 16:00

Venue

Online