Climate-resilient food systems that provide healthy food for all can exist. CGIAR outlines the agenda for action, reminding that food is pivotal to sustainability.
Follow the latest updates and key discussions on the intersection of food, health, and nature.
Food and agriculture can catalyse inclusive prosperity for all, but it will require transformative action across different scales. Where to start?
Think for a second what is your image of a peasant. Poor, badly educated, non-progressive, do these adjectives come to your mind? But why does this have to be like that?
Ever heard of Kibera vertical farms? These are not perhaps the designer skyscraper greenhouses you might imagine, but rather sacks filled with soil. However, Kibera dwellers are able to grow tomatoes, spinach and kale in those sacks which, together with ugali and eggs, from Kibera-kept chickens, make a nutritious meal.
The EAT Forum brought together business leaders, scientists and politicians to discuss and inspire ways to transform our food system so it doesn’t harm our health and is not too much of a burden for the environment.