Feeding the world’s growing population and addressing climate change require us to transform our agrifood system – the way we produce, distribute, and consume food. While being part of the climate change problem, the agrifood system is also integral to its solution, holding enough potential for cost-effective mitigation options across countries.
This event discusses pathways for countries to build a low-emissions agrifood system that protects the environment, provides greater food security, and supports resilience.
- Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State in the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, United Kingdom
- Anne Beathe Tvinnereim - Minister of International Development, Norway
- Eduardo Corrêa Tavares - Secretary of Funds and Financial Instruments of the Ministry of Integration and Regional Development, Brazil
- Ildephonse Musafiri - Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Rwanda
- Jochen Flasbarth - State Secretary in the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
- Ole Thonke - Under-Secretary for Development Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark
- Martien van Nieuwkoop - Global Director, Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank