By 2050, the world will need to feed nearly 10 billion people while remaining within our planetary boundaries. To meet this need, the way we currently produce and consume food needs to change.
The World Economic Forum’s Bold Actions for Food as a Force for Good virtual event, 23-24 November, shows how many stakeholders worldwide are already engaged in discussing food systems’ transformation, from smallholders, large corporates and businesses to governments, farmers and civil society – with major representation from youth organizations.
We can only activate the transition through cooperation: every stakeholder in the food value chain has a pivotal role to play in creating healthier, more equitable and more sustainable food systems. With the deadline for the 2030 SDGs fast approaching, we must all act now. Read more…..
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