SIANI and its partners continue to support and recognise women and youth’s entrepreneurial skills and contribution to food production.
Main takeaways of the HLPE-FSN report on the role that data collection and analysis tools play in supporting effective evidence-informed decisions.
Discover how value-chain actors can support and be supported in promoting sustainable food systems.
Economic and political decisions have predominantly prioritised certain values of nature, particularly market-based instrumental values of nature. Hence, the report helps policymakers better understand the very different ways in which people conceive and value nature and shows that various pathways can contribute to achieve just and sustainable futures.
The theme of the 2022 World Water Week is: Seeing the unseen: The value of water. Many of the world’s most urgent water challenges are invisible to the naked eye: the availability and...
Our current diet and food production system is both unhealthy and unsustainable, and it's the major contributing factor to global environmental problems. The EAT Report recommends a universal healthy reference diet, mainly based on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and unsaturated oils , improve food production practices and reduce food loss and waste. But, is the planetary health diet a vegan diet? Does this diet work for everyone?
What has been done since the UN Food Systems Summit (FSS) 2021? The meeting of the HLPF in 2022 helped us understand Member States’ needs, opportunities and barriers to implementing food systems transformation strategies, and link national trajectories to the ecosystem of support.
Highlighting the main opportunities to advance the 2030 Agenda through more inclusive and sustainable food systems, especially through SDG 15: Life on land.
Despite the recessionary context, much can and needs to be done with existing resources. It seems that it is now or never. Governments should start rethinking how they can reallocate their existing public budgets to make them more cost-effective and efficient in reducing the cost of nutritious foods and increasing the availability and affordability of healthy diets, from sustainable agrifood systems.
The Stockholm+50 associated event explored the role of agroecology in strengthening the implementation of the three Rio Conventions and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), all the while putting smallholder farmers and indigenous communities at the center.