Food systems don’t stop at the water—the need to focus on aquatic foods

Despite their role in nourishing people and communities, aquatic foods and ecosystems have been overlooked by global food systems actors. The blog highlights the need to focus on aquatic foods in holistic food systems to address hunger, climate change, and economic development challenges while promoting environmental, health, and social benefits.

Want to tackle the biodiversity crisis? Start with food systems

With the global biodiversity conference COP15 taking place in my home country of Canada this month, the fundamental relationship between agricultural biodiversity and food systems is top of mind.  At the Global Alliance, we recognize that agricultural biodiversity is the foundation of resilient and equitable food systems. And yet food systems are the main driver … Continued