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Newsletter – July 2017

At the Global Alliance’s 2nd International Dialogue: The Future of Food in a Climate Changing World, our starting point was the premise that climate change has had enormous impacts on global food systems and will continue to do so; that our food systems have a significant impact on the earth’s climate; and, importantly, food systems hold great potential in helping us address the great climate challenge we face as a global community.Read More

Indigenous agricultural practices hold key to maintaining biodiversity & mitigating climate change

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, Alumni Q&A: Michele Pedrotti with Phrang Roy, Coordinator of the global Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty.Read More

Food systems aren’t as prominent as they should be in the climate change agenda

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, Alumni Q&A: Katarzyna Dembska with Nadia El-Hage Scialabba, Ecologist at the FAO.Read More

Agroecology as a means to transforming food systems for health, nutrition and equity in a climate changing world

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, Alumni Q&A: Oluwafemi Ajayi with Olivia Yambi, Co-Chair of IPES-Food.Read More

Grassroots movements are rightful partners in finding solutions to climate change

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, Alumni Q&A: Benedetta Raspini with Rajasvini Bhansali, Executive Director of Thousand Currents.Read More

Promoting food security and health in a climate changing world

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition, Alumni Q&A: Pin Jane Chen with Cecilia Rocha, IPES-Food Panelist.Read More

Food Tank Q&A with Lauren Baker

Food Tank Q&A with Lauren Baker

Food Tank asked Global Alliance Strategic Initiatives and Programs Consultant, Lauren Baker about the future of the food system in the lead up to her panel participation at the Food Tank Summit in Boston in April 2017.Read More

Sustainable food: the need for diverse dietary systems

Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition sat down with Global Alliance Executive Director Ruth Richardson to ask her what’s needed for a transition to more sustainable, secure and equitable food systems.Read More

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Against Cheap Food: An Aide Memoir

By Raj Patel, 21 February 2017

In May 2015 the Global Alliance for the Future of Food hosted its first International Dialogue, bringing together over 150 key stakeholders from across sectors to discuss and identify pathways towards a more sustainable, secure and equitable future of food. We invited esteemed author and activist Raj Patel to distill the conversation and respond to what he heard.Read More

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Fix Food Metrics

30 November 2016

For sustainable, equitable nutrition we must count the true global costs and benefits of food production, urge Pavan Sukhdev, Peter May and Alexander Müller.Read More