Feeding the city for healthy people, landscapes, and climate
Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
Food systems account for up to 37% of global GHG emissions. As more than 70% of the world’s food is consumed in urban areas, cities are at the core of the problem. At the same time, city leaders have a key role to play in finding locally relevant solutions to growing social, economic and environmental challenges and in enhancing urban-rural linkages for greater resilience. Building on the global momentum for food system change, this event will explore the role of cities in driving food systems transformation in a multi-level governance context.
- Chantal Clement, Deputy Director, IPES-Food
- Mr. Divine Njie, Deputy Director, Food Systems and Food Safety Division, FAO
- Aline Cardoso, Head, Municipal Secretariat of Economic Development and Labour, São Paulo
- Maria del Pilar Bueno, Deputy Secretary of Environment, Rosario, Argentina
- Eugenia Carrara, Secretary General of the World Union of Wholesale Markets
- Peter Defranceschi, Head of Brussels Office and Global CityFood Program Coordinator, ICLEI
The event will be moderated by Paul Currie, Associate Director, Urban Systems, ICLEI Africa.
Event hosts: ICLEI Europe, ICLEI Africa, ICLEI South America, in partnership with FAO and IPES-Food
Time: 10:00-11:30 EET (9:00-10:30 CET)
- For those joining in person: Multi-Level Action Pavilion (LGMA), COP27 Blue Zone, Sharm el-Sheikh International Convention Centre
- For those joining online, please click here to register for the LGMA Pavilion platform. You can then access the session on this link.
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