Securing land and natural resources to underpin agro-ecological adaptation strategies
Saturday 6 November (11:30 GMT)
Secure and equitable access to land and natural resources is a key factor underpinning the adoption of agroecology throughout the developing world.
The event aims at creating a dialogue around the nexus between tenure, agroecology and climate adaptation, building synergies and avenues for alliances between different stakeholders.
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Accelerating the Transition to Sustainable Food Systems – Progress Since COP25
Tuesday 9 November (10:30 GMT)
This event is co-organised by EAT and the UNFCCC Secretariat to share knowledge and innovative solutions for shifting to healthy diets from sustainable food systems; build awareness around the climate-food-health nexus, including the important roles of biodiversity; share about the progress made through the UN Food Systems Summit; highlight key areas of action moving forward; and to encourage reflection about our relationship with food, our food choices, and their impacts on the health of people and planet. Gerda Verburg, SUN Movement Coordinator will moderate.
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Water, nutrition and climate change: how can we act across sectors?
Tuesday 9 November (16:00 GMT)
Join the SUN Movement, the SUN Civil Society Network and Action Against Hunger for an important COP26 side event, where we will be talking about linkages between water, nutrition and climate change. Greater coordination efforts between stakeholders involved in the fields of climate change, biodiversity, water, food systems, food security and nutrition is critically needed in global events such as COP26, but also in Biodiversity COPs, Ocean Conferences and future UN Food Systems and Nutrition for Growth Summits. Gerda Verburg, SUN Movement Coordinator, will moderate the session.
Learn more: Water Pavilion at COP26