Mobilizing bold collective action with the finance and food sectors to transform food systems and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030
Upcoming Events with GFFN
UNFCCC Climate Change Conference
GFFN and its core partners will be present at UNFCCC’s 27th Conference of the Parties in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. We aim to bring finance for sustainable food systems to the top of the agenda. Save the date:
9 November 10.00 – 10.45 am (EET) at the Food Systems Pavillion (Blue Zone). JRT-GFFN joint event: Financing a sustainable and just food system transition: How leading financial institutions set concrete targets & take action.
11 November 15.00 – 16.30 (EET) at the Tutankhamun Room (Blue Zone). UNFCCC side-event: Food System Climate Solutions: Managing climate risks and externalities from the food system.
11 November 17.30 – 18.00 (EET) at the Luxor Room (Taba Area). GFFN Press conference: Good Food Finance for Climate Action.
Monthly Catalyst Group Meetings
The five Catalyst and Working Groups under GFFN, the High Ambition Group and the Co-Investment Platform are holding regular internal meetings and workshops to drive finance and investments to sustainable food systems transformation.
Learn more about the GFFN Groups and initiatives here.
Past Events with GFFN
In April 2022, GFFN held its first Good Food Finance Week. It kicked off with a high-level Leaders Dialogue and continued with an event series that launched the Catalyst Groups. The week marks the start of the implementation phase for GFFN.
GFFN met businesses and investors during Climate Week NYC 2022 to demonstrate the progress made and invite them to join the network to unlock finance for sustainable and climate-resilient food systems.
This GFFN event took place in November 2021 to strengthen private-public partnerships to scale up finance for sustainable food systems.
The high-level leaders’ roundtable in September 2021 marks the official launch of the Good Food Finance Network.
“GFFN is starting to become the go-to forum for the world of finance to come together and build massive momentum behind transforming food finance. Together, we must work to create and flesh out the Good Food Finance Agenda for this decade and beyond.“
Gunhild Stordalen, Executive Chair, EAT Foundation
The Road to COP27
In 2022, the Good Food Finance Network is driving progress in its priority areas of action and focus on these global key events:
- April 25 -29 — Good Food Finance Week (including Leaders Dialogue)
- June 2-3 — Stockholm +50
- September 6-8 — G20 Agriculture Ministers Meeting
- September 13-27 — UN General Assembly
- September 19-25 — Climate Week NYC
- September 28 — “Accelerating Policy Action and Investment for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems” convened by the World Bank and the UK Government
- November 7-18 — UNFCCC COP27 (including GFFN events)