By Dr. Harpinder Sandhu, Federation University Australia. Food systems transformation requires us to understand the full-scale impacts and dependencies of current food systems, whether in considering the way food is produced, to examining the broader impacts of trade, processing, distribution and consumption on planetary and human health.
By Jenn Yates, TCA Accelerator Director. Following COP 27, Jenn Yates shares her highlights from the session she moderated on the true costs and impacts of food systems.
By Jenn Yates, TCA Accelerator Director. Billed as one of humanity’s crowning achievements, the world has succeeded in producing seemingly limitless quantities of a certain food, feed, and fuel ingredients.
By Urvashi Rangan, Chair, TCA Accelerator Steering Committee.
In light of ongoing conflict and crisis, food systems transformation is needed now more than ever. The work to build stronger, more resilient, and equitable food systems has gained even greater urgency as a result of global conflict, climate change, and the COVID-19 pandemic.