A New Era for Climate Change and Food Security?
Climate change threatens our ability to ensure global food security and eradicate poverty. At the same time, agriculture, including forestry, fisheries, and livestock production, generates around a fifth of the world's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions—and food systems writ large are responsible for over one-third of GHG emissions worldwide. The global response to climate change today will determine how we feed future generations tomorrow. By transforming agriculture and food systems, countries have the chance to achieve food security for all.
FAO North America and the Global Food Security Program invite you to join a webinar that will bring together expert panelists to discuss changing perspectives on climate change and its impact on global food security, highlighting outcomes of President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate.
Ann Vaughn, Senior Advisor for Climate Change, Bureau of Resilience and Food Security, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Zitouni Ould-Dada, Deputy Director, Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Environment, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Helga Flores-Trejo Vice President, Global Public Affairs International Organization, Bayer
Vimlendra Sharan, Director, FAO North America
Caitlin Welsh, Director, Global Food Security Program, CSIS
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