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An Intergenerational Dialogue: Youth Solutions & Priorities for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems

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September 19
10:00 am - 11:30 am EDT
Add to Calendar September 19 10:00 am September 19 11:30 am America/New_York An Intergenerational Dialogue: Youth Solutions & Priorities for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems

Organized by the Tzu Chi Center, this panel brings together representatives from youth led food systems groups to representatives from the Coalitions of Actions that emerged from the United Nations Food Systems Summit in 2021. Together, they will showcase solutions and priorities from Youth Food and Climate spaces and reflect on how innovative and inclusive processes can help create healthy and sustainable food systems.

Youth panelists will be asked to share key solutions and priorities that aid the achievement of food systems transformations as well as insights into possible solutions and actions that can accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Respondents in turn will showcase the emergent work of the various Coalitions of Actions and reflect on the important role youth play in creating sustainable food systems.

RSVP to attend in person (in addition to Register to attend online).https://tzuchicenter.org/events/intergenerational-dialogue-youth-solutions-priorities-for-healthy-sustainable-food-systems

This event is organized in collaboration withProVeg International, Southeast Climate and Energy Network, YOUNGO Agriculture and Act4Food Act4Change.

ABOUT THE HOLISTIC CLIMATE SOLUTIONS SUMMIT:
To save our planet, both now and for generations to come, we must act.
From September 19-25, join Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation’s “Holistic Climate Solutions Summit” for thought-provoking panels, interactive workshops, and dialogues exploring an alternative future that is within reach. Convened in alignment with Climate Week NYC and the UN General Assembly, we’ll present solutions-focused themes that model a better tomorrow, as well as those that showcase what’s possible when optimism and action converge with respect for all sentient beings and our planet.

To learn more about the rest of the summit events, click here: https://tzuchicenter.org/ClimateWeekNYC

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Tzu Chi Center

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Tzu Chi Center
229 E 60th Street
New York, NY 10022 United States
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Organized by the Tzu Chi Center, this panel brings together representatives from youth led food systems groups to representatives from the Coalitions of Actions that emerged from the United Nations Food Systems Summit in 2021. Together, they will showcase solutions and priorities from Youth Food and Climate spaces and reflect on how innovative and inclusive processes can help create healthy and sustainable food systems.

Youth panelists will be asked to share key solutions and priorities that aid the achievement of food systems transformations as well as insights into possible solutions and actions that can accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Respondents in turn will showcase the emergent work of the various Coalitions of Actions and reflect on the important role youth play in creating sustainable food systems.

RSVP to attend in person (in addition to Register to attend online).https://tzuchicenter.org/events/intergenerational-dialogue-youth-solutions-priorities-for-healthy-sustainable-food-systems

This event is organized in collaboration withProVeg International, Southeast Climate and Energy Network, YOUNGO Agriculture and Act4Food Act4Change.

ABOUT THE HOLISTIC CLIMATE SOLUTIONS SUMMIT:
To save our planet, both now and for generations to come, we must act.
From September 19-25, join Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation’s “Holistic Climate Solutions Summit” for thought-provoking panels, interactive workshops, and dialogues exploring an alternative future that is within reach. Convened in alignment with Climate Week NYC and the UN General Assembly, we’ll present solutions-focused themes that model a better tomorrow, as well as those that showcase what’s possible when optimism and action converge with respect for all sentient beings and our planet.

To learn more about the rest of the summit events, click here: https://tzuchicenter.org/ClimateWeekNYC