Connecting the global agri value chain from farm to fork for sustainable resilient food systems

About

Climate Action, in technical collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), hosts a three-part digital event series addressing global food, agriculture, and land use challenges in the face of our climate and health emergencies.

The series has been designed in response to the growing demand for new models of multi-stakeholder collaboration to achieve food security, sustainable development and other global goals outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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3-Part Series Hosted on AI-Based Networking Platform

 

Influence and Interact

with 3,000+ senior attendees from the public, private and NGO sectors on the event platform throughout the 3-part series.

Connect and Network

with delegates throughout the 3-part digital event series with AI matchmaking and networking functions.

Engage during Live Sessions

through live polling and audience Q&A’s. 340+ minutes live online thought leadership sessions.

Food Security and the Global Recovery
75th World Food Day: The Future of Food
Agribusiness and the SDGs
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Featured Speakers

“We are delighted to collaborate with Climate Action as the world battles with climate change, biodiversity loss and COVID-19. These digital dialogues will help us convene and connect together to address The Global Food Challenge and build back better for climate-resilient and sustainable food systems.”
Maria Helena Semedo, Deputy Director General, FAO
"Climate Action’s digital Roadmap to COP26 has created a platform to help organisations from across the stakeholder spectrum to honour their pledges at a time when face-to-face meetings are not an option. I look forward to the evolution of Climate Action’s Roadmap towards COP26 next year."
Nigel Topping, UK High-Level Champion for Climate Action COP26
"Their events are fantastic because they help bring together all of the people from across different sectors. Whether its different industry sectors, whether it's NGOs, whether it's government, whether it's science and research, they all have lessons to learn from each other."
Tony Worby, CSIRO