How innovation ecosystems can enable systemic change of food systems; A Side-Event at the FAO S&I forum
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The virtual panel “Co-creating responsible innovation ecosystems that enable systemic change of food systems” during the side events of the 2022 FAO Science & Innovations engaged panelists and participants to generate new insights and connect for strengthening and building between complementary initiatives.
On Wednesday October 12th, the 2022 FAO Science & Innovation Forum side event “Co-creating responsible innovation ecosystems that enable systemic change of food systems” convened a live audience and initiatives taking complementary approaches toward bridging the demand for food systems transformation.
The panel convened perspectives from the Innovative Food Systems Solutions (IFSS) Portal, CGIAR, CGIAR’s Accelerate for Impact Platform (A4IP), the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Glocolearning, Cornell University, Wageningen University and Research (WUR), and Finalists of the EatSafe Innovation Challenge. The event was moderated by Roseline Remans, CEO of Glocolearning & visiting researcher at the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT. “The setup of the session really originated from different conversations across the panelists and across these processes that came up, and that we wanted to move forward also engaging different participants like you all in this conversation and in this thinking moving forward,” Roseline Remans said during the introduction to the event.