Exchanging knowledge about sustainable water and sanitation management for sustainable food systems
The concurrence of recent shocks has added additional pressure on the food system’s capacity to meet the food security needs of the growing population, leading to an unprecedented ‘perfect storm’ that is now striking Egypt’s food system.
Coalitions of School Meals, Blue Foods, Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems, and Fighting Food Crises along the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus, present opportunities to some of the most game-changing areas in the food systems.
In the interview, Jennifer Clapp elaborates on the principles to bring forward inclusive science-supported food policy advice, the necessity to include Traditional Knowledge, and the challenges of global food policy adoption.
The ongoing food crisis is a result of multiple factors, and food systems have started to receive more attention at COP27. Reflecting on 2022, what do we need to ensure long-term resilience in our interconnected food systems?
This brief focuses on the most crucial opportunities, barriers and actions for disseminating agroforestry systems more widely
The programme will cover soil nutrients, water management in agricultural soils, the threat of soil compaction to our food supply and much more.
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.
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.
Collaboration in Landscapes for Sustainable Development – Hybrid dialogue with Tony Simons CIFOR-ICRAF who visit Sweden Hybrid dialogue 27th of April, 13.15-15.30. KSLA, SIANI, Focali,...