fbpx
Loading Events

« All Events

Responding to the Food Crisis: Future-Proofing Local Food Systems to be Resilient

Free

Details

September 20
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Add to Calendar September 20 3:30 pm September 20 5:00 pm America/New_York Responding to the Food Crisis: Future-Proofing Local Food Systems to be Resilient

With a growing population projected to reach 8 billion by the end of 2022, there is a deep need to transform our food systems. Simultaneously, our global food systems have been deeply impacted by conflict, climate and the pandemic, exacerbating food insecurity, and driving instability, especially in the Horn of Africa.

This crisis is an opportunity to rebuild these systems in ways that future-proof vulnerable communities from the impacts of climate change, strengthen local communities’ food sovereignty, and break away from vicious cycles of dependency on foreign aid to address immediate needs.

This panel brings together representatives from across the humanitarian development nexus to reflect on the strategies and solutions that transform food systems, in equitable and sustainable ways, that builds climate resilience and creates a better future for the most vulnerable.

RSVP to attend in person (in addition to Registering to attend online). https://tzuchicenter.org/events/responding-food-crisis-future-proofing-local-food

This event is organized in collaboration with InterAction.

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

Location of the event
Cost:
Free
Issues:

Organizer

Tzu Chi Center

Venue

Tzu Chi Center
229 E 60th Street
New York, NY 10022 United States
+ Google Map

With a growing population projected to reach 8 billion by the end of 2022, there is a deep need to transform our food systems. Simultaneously, our global food systems have been deeply impacted by conflict, climate and the pandemic, exacerbating food insecurity, and driving instability, especially in the Horn of Africa.

This crisis is an opportunity to rebuild these systems in ways that future-proof vulnerable communities from the impacts of climate change, strengthen local communities’ food sovereignty, and break away from vicious cycles of dependency on foreign aid to address immediate needs.

This panel brings together representatives from across the humanitarian development nexus to reflect on the strategies and solutions that transform food systems, in equitable and sustainable ways, that builds climate resilience and creates a better future for the most vulnerable.

RSVP to attend in person (in addition to Registering to attend online). https://tzuchicenter.org/events/responding-food-crisis-future-proofing-local-food

This event is organized in collaboration with InterAction.

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