COP26: participants recognise need for sustainable food systems to ensure global food security and achieve climate objectives
Nov 18 2021
On 5 November 2021, countries participating at the COP26, as part of the discussions on agriculture, agreed on the need for a transition towards sustainable and climate-resilient food systems, taking into consideration the vulnerability of agriculture to the impacts of climate change. They recognised that this transition will be crucial to guarantee food security and ending hunger throughout the globe as well as to achieve climate objectives, such as emission reductions.
More specifically, to achieve this transition, participants acknowledged the key role of: