Food Systems Summit: Lever for Change – Innovation Public Forum

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In 2021, the UN Secretary General will convene the Food System Summit as part of the Decade of Action to achieve the SDGs by 2030. The Summit includes five Action Tracks on Nutrition, Sustainable Consumption, Nature Positive Production, Livelihoods and Resilience.

  • Ensure access to safe and nutritious food for all
  • Shift to sustainable consumption patterns
  • Boost nature-positive production
  • Advance equitable livelihoods
  • Build resilience to vulnerabilities, shocks and stress

The action tracks are complimented by levers for change to offer cross-cutting and transformative impact from enabling agendas such as youth and gender empowerment, finance, human rights, and innovation.

The Public Forum will aim to engage a wide network of diverse voices from public, private, civil society, farmer and consumer, innovator communities, experts and others. We would welcome the opportunity to exchange ideas on the role of Innovation as an enabler for scale, and pace of addressing food systems transformation. We welcome ideas, views, feedback and input from interested stakeholders to shape the innovation agenda in support of the UN Food Systems Summit.

Tune in to watch this livestream February 10th, 2021 at 14:30-15:30 CET.

Speakers

Sean de Cleene, Member of the Executive Committee, Head of Food Systems Initiative, World Economic Forum

Leesa Shrader, Director, AgriFin Accelerate Program, Mercy Corps

Joao Campari, Global Leader, Food Practice, WWF International

Hamadi Boga Principal Secretary, Agriculture and Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Kenya

Helena Leurent, Director-General, Consumers International

James Lomax, Food Systems and Agriculture Adviser at UNEP and Secondee to the Food Systems Summit Secretariat

Register here.

Get involved

We want you to help us shape our next steps. We welcome you to join our Public Forum and share your thoughts using Slido.Com.

For any additional information, get in touch with us via email tania.strauss@weforum.org and bianca.bertaccini@weforum.org

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