This event took place on Wednesday 6 October 2021, with full details and session recordings available below.
Co-hosted by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), World Resources Institute (WRI) and WRAP this online event explored and debated what needs to be done and how, following the United Nations Food Systems Summit (Sept 2021) and ahead of COP26 in Glasgow. A new report on how to deliver a Net Zero food system for one large economy - the UK, was published on the day of conference: UK Food System GHG Emissions.
A diverse array of speakers took part in the event from around the world, delving into their experiences and outlooks. (You can find out more about the speakers in the Event Programme at the bottom of the page, where you'll also find Questions and Answers.)
If you missed any of the sessions or would like to watch them again, links to the recordings are below:
|Session||Speakers||Link to recording of live session|
|1) State of the Nation: Global food systems and keynote speeches on the role of the food system in delivering Net Zero||
||Click here to watch Session 1|
|2) New report: Reducing global greenhouse gas emissions from the food system - where to act||
||Click here to watch Session 2|
|3) Farmers and growers||
||Click here to watch Session 3|
|4) Supply chain - manufacturers, brands, retail, hospitality||
||Click here to watch Session 4|
||Click here to watch Session 5|
|6) Creating the right environment for a Net Zero food system||
||Click here to watch Session 6|
“If we don’t fix the food system, we won’t fix climate change, and we won’t reach Net Zero. For the sake of people and planet, we must act now.”
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