On 21 June 2022, the FAO, Global Alliance for the Future of Food, and NDC Partnership hosts the event: Delivering greater climate ambition through food systems and agriculture in the NDCs.
Topic: Systems Thinking
Lauren Baker calls for bold and urgent food systems transformation as a solution to a host of global challenges, including food insecurity and global conflict.
Ruth Richardson calls on policymakers and climate advisors to think and act differently, seeing food systems as a source of climate action.
Confronting the Climate Crisis with Food Systems Transformation: Stories of Action from 14 Countries presents clear and compelling evidence for how food systems can contribute creative solutions to climate change.
Many of us started the year inspired by the beautiful words of American poet and activist Amanda Gorman in her poem “The Hill We Climb” at the 2021 U.S. Presidential Inauguration. At the start of a new year, it seems fitting to return to her wise words: “And so we lift our gazes not to … Continued
Ahead of a co-hosted roundtable event Whose knowledge counts? on 11 January 2022, Lauren Baker spoke to Dr. Tara Garnett, Director at TABLE, a global platform for knowledge synthesis, for reflective, critical thinking, and inclusive dialogue on debates about the future of food. Tara has worked on food for over 25 years within both the … Continued
** This article was originally published in See Change Magazine on 2 November 2021 ** The Common Market, based in Philadelphia and operating in the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Texas, is a food distributor that plays a familiar role: stocking public and private institutions like schools, government agencies, and grocery stores with fruits, vegetables, meat, and … Continued
New compendium challenges assumptions about evidence and showcases the kind of transdisciplinary research required for food systems transformation.
1 December 2021 Ahead of the launch of The Politics of Knowledge on 6 December, Lauren Baker, our Senior Director of Programs, speaks to Dr. Marion Nestle, Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, Emerita at New York University. Nestle is the author of many books about food politics, most recently Let’s … Continued
Global Alliance hosts side event “Counting the True Cost: How Understanding the Real Cost of Food can Improve Nutrition for All” at N4G