Low-Emission Food Systems
Research activities: Living Labs for people
This strand of work involves using place-based participatory action research – i.e. a “Living Labs for People” approach – to engage food systems stakeholders in co-designing and testing low- and negative-emission innovations in situ. The Living Labs will prioritize mitigation approaches that demonstrate potential to deliver co-benefits identified by stakeholders, such as climate adaptation, improved agricultural productivity, and better social outcomes, including for the most vulnerable.
Read about the Initiative’s other focus areas:
- Planning for low-emission food systems transformation
- Data, evidence, and tools for low-emission food systems transformation
- Scaling low-emission food systems
- Engagement and agenda transformation