CBD COP 15 Takeaways: Halting and reversing the loss of biodiversity by 2030

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CBD COP15 Kunming-Montreal Global biodiversity framework: Draft decision submitted by the President

Conference of the parties to the convention on biological diversity, fifteenth meeting – part II. This document outlines a set of actions and targets to conserve and sustainably use the world’s biodiversity, including those related to food and agriculture.

Integrity Matters: Net zero commitments by businesses, financial institutions, cities and regions

The report provides clarity in four key areas – environmental integrity, credibility, accountability and the role of governments. The 10 recommendations outlined in the report detail what non-state actors need to consider through each stage of their progress towards achieving net-zero ambitions and addressing the climate crisis.

Exploring Potential Benefits of Repurposing Agricultural Subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa

The results of the new modelling presented in the paper demonstrate a case for Africa’s policymakers to consider repurposing existing subsidies and even to increase the overall level of subsidies provided for nutrient-rich foods to improve health, and environmental and economic outcomes.

Address multicrisis by mainstreaming sustainable food finance

The 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly took place this month in the midst of a storm of converging crises, driven in part by skewed incentives in food, energy, and finance. Worsening climate disruption is reducing access to fresh water, threatening food supplies, and intensifying vulnerability across a diverse range of countries andContinue reading “Address multicrisis by mainstreaming sustainable food finance”

Stockholm +50 – A new step toward food value chain transformation

GFFN Partner World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Stokholm Environmental Institute (SEI), in close collaboration with GFFN Partner United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) launched the Stockholm Action Agenda initiative, outlining priorities and recommendations for action in key sectors, including food and agriculture.