Boosting synergies and managing trade-offs in food systems

  • Date
    21.10.21
  • Time
    08:00 am
  • Location
    Virtual
  • Registration

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Our climate, biodiversity and food systems are inextricably linked. Food systems cause huge biodiversity losses, account for about one-third of greenhouse gas emissions, and leave 2 billion people with unhealthy diets, even as 40% of all food produced goes uneaten. The ways we feed ourselves – through just a few crops and animals – are unsustainable for people and planet.

How can we actively strengthen synergies and better manage trade-offs between social, economic and environmental outcomes of food and agricultural systems?

This webinar will present and discuss insights, tools and forward-looking actions from the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE), with case studies and lessons learned from Africa, Asia and Latin America.