Embracing our commitment to influence global narratives around food systems transformation, the Global Alliance is pleased to be part of the following in-person and virtual sessions at this year’s climate COP28 negotiations.
This Discussion Paper delves into the connections between food and energy systems, focusing on fossil fuels. It explores trade-offs, synergies, gaps, and opportunities within this nexus, providing recommendations for coordinated efforts among policymakers, funders, and advocates working to decrease fossil fuel use in food systems.
This suite of materials highlights the opportunities for the food and energy sectors, as well as advocates, funders, and policymakers, to work together in transitioning away from fossil fuels.
Ahead of UNGA and Climate Week NYC, the Global Alliance urges attendees to embrace food systems transformation as a powerful tool to tackle the climate crisis and to recognize the potential for food systems transformation in fostering sustainability.
In the third and final installment of our series “Creating a more equitable COP,” we share some of the experiences and victories from the Global Alliance cohort and how we will be integrating our learning into supporting new cohorts at COP28 and beyond.
This is part two in our series “Creating a more equitable COP,” Patty Fong shares seven highlights from assembling the Global Alliance’s first cohort of community food systems leaders and sponsoring their travel to COP27 in Egypt.
Building from the Global Alliance’s experience at COP27, Vivian Maduekeh explores the barriers facing Global South civil society organizations and delegates at COP convenings.
Patty Fong, Climate and Health & Well-being Program Director, provides three critical steps we urge delegates to take forward at COP27.
Acting on our mission to advance the case for food systems transformation, the Global Alliance for the Future of Food is pleased to be part of the following in-person and virtual sessions at this year’s climate COP27 negotiations.
This suite of materials highlights the opportunities for governments to use food systems transformation to drive significant greenhouse gas emissions reductions, as well as other health, environmental, and social benefits.