Join us on 25 June 2020, for a global event to spark action to transform food systems to avert a food and climate crisis in the time of COVID-19.
A new era for food and climate: Driving transformative actions, is a full-day, around-the-world virtual relay event that starts in Australia and concludes in Colombia.
The event aims to inspire collective action on the 11 priorities laid out in the flagship report of the Transforming Food Systems Under a Changing Climate initiative, catalyzing efforts to address the current food crisis prompted by COVID-19 and averting future food insecurity from our changing climate.
The report, Actions to Transform Food Systems Under Climate Change, launching on 25 June, is the collaborative work of a panel of global experts in food security, food systems and climate change. It identifies high-priority actions that we must collectively take now.
Where to watch the event
The around-the-world virtual relay event was livestreamed right here on the CCAFS website and on our Facebook page. The livestream was also accessible through the Whova companion app.
The Transforming Food Systems Under a Changing Climate initiative brings together over 100 partners. See the full list of partners.
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