CGIAR @ UNFCCC SB56
06.06.22 > 16.06.22
World Conference Center Bonn (WCCB), Bonn, Germany
Climate change is already threatening the livelihoods and food security of millions of farmers, especially smallholders, reducing crop yields and increasing the incidence of animal diseases. In only a few years, this could lead to higher food prices, up to 84% by 2050, and increased livelihood insecurity for farmers, especially in low–and middle–income countries. Climate change is also affecting soil health and reducing biodiversity, two essential elements for food production.
June 11, 2022
Can science and innovation in agriculture deliver a more equitable, resilient, climate-smart future?
This session will explore how evidence–based innovation ecosystems can build resilience to climate change and equitably feed the planet. It will also discuss how to effectively reach smallholders with appropriate climate–smart technologies and what finance mechanisms are needed to support climate actions and achieve co–development benefits in food systems without causing harm.
June 14, 2022
11:30 – 13:00 CEST
High stakes, great urgency: collecting evidence for gender-just and impactful climate policies
This session will showcase actions from different stakeholders to advance the Gender Action Plan & national climate roadmaps. CGIAR GENDER will further present new evidence from a hotspot mapping methodology that has revealed where climate change hits women the hardest, thereby providing direction on where investments in actions to address these inequalities should focus on. See more