Presenters will describe recent assessments in briefs prepared for the United Nations Food Systems Summit (UN FSS), drawing on comprehensive previous analysis for IAP. The urgency to transform food systems is increased by the growing impacts of climate change and another recent crisis, such as COVID-19.
Strengthening research and its uptake as a resource for innovation and to inform practice must be accompanied by better use of the transdisciplinary science base to advise policy making, integrated locally, regionally and globally.
This IAP Side-event of the Science Days of the UNFSS will take place on 07 July 2021, 10:00-11:30 AM CET (Rome).
To join the free online webinar register at tinyurl.com/IAPUNFSS.
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Pathways to a sustainable post-COVID world – reports from the IIASA-ISC consultative platform. The report argues that the emphasis on efficiency, which has been driving to a large part the evolution of food systems, needs to be counter-balanced by a greater emphasis on resilience and equity concerns. As illustrated by the pandemic this entails expanding the scope and reach of social safety nets and protection schemes.