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WEBIAR on COVID-19 and sustainable food systems

3 June 2020 - Online

WEBIAR on COVID-19 and sustainable food systems
A SFS Programme webinar

What critical measures are required to both combat the #COVID-19 crisis and build sustainable food systems? Can responses to the #COVID-19 crisis catalyse transformation toward sustainable food systems?

The COVID-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for food systems worldwide - but also enormous opportunities. It is a wakeup call that has highlighted the need for holistic approaches to address both the shock brought by the pandemic, but also to address the vulnerabilities of our unsustainable food systems. To build sustainable food systems we will need more coordinated, more integrated measures – a food systems approach.

We invite you to this SFS Programme webinar in which the WHO Secretary General’s Special Envoy for COVID-19, Dr. David Nabarro, will give a keynote speech. INRAe and UNSCN will set the scene with fresh research findings, and you will learn from practical response experiences from the government of Costa Rica and from the Council of Food Security and Nutrition of Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul state. To close, an interactive discussion will be kicked off by FAO, IFAD, UNEP, and WWF, which will focus on key measures required to both combat the pandemic’s impact and build sustainable food systems.

Join us on 3rd June at 2:30 PM CEST.

Register and submit your own answers in this participatory webinar here: https://bit.ly/3c2W4aE