Stefan Heinke
Enabling Policies for Digitalization in Agriculture | T20 Summit
Digitalization and technology possess the power to increase sustainability and inclusivity in global agriculture. To achieve food security, include smallholder farmers and disadvantaged groups, and make agriculture sustainable and resilient, an enabling global policy framework for the wide-scale application of digital agriculture tools is needed. In collaboration with the T20 Indonesia, the discussion addresses the ... Read more
Nature Based Solutions to Climate Change – CGP Workshop
The report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on August 8, 2021 has confirmed the critical condition of the climate crisis and how many proven, available, affordable, nature-based solutions (NBS) have an essential role to play in preserving a liveable planet. G20 leaders have recognized the power on NBS but only very recently and ... Read more
Protecting Climate and Biodiversity
“Biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation are currently among the top threats facing humanity.” This is how last year’s UN Summit on Biodiversity describes the urgency of stopping biodiversity loss, noting the detrimental impact on food security, water supplies and also human health. The causes for the rapid loss of biodiversity are diverse, including agricultural expansion, ... Read more
Policy Brief
Forest and food solutions for the climate crisis
John Kirton (Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at Trinity College, University of Toronto)
Policy Brief
Scaling sustainable agricultural practices
José Luis Chicoma (Ethos Public Policy Lab), Laure Delalande (Ethos Public Policy Lab)
Policy Brief
Responsible large-scale agricultural investments in and by G20 countries: A call for more transparency
Angela Harding (Land Matrix Initiative, University of Pretoria), Insa Flachsbarth (German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA)), Jann Lay (Acting Director of the GIGA Institute of African Affairs Lead Research Fellow RP 3), Jeremy Bourgoin (Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)), Kerstin Nolte (Leibniz University Hannover), Ward Anseeuw (International Land Coalition (ILC), Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD))
Policy Brief
Embracing innovation to meet food systems challenges
Aishah Alatawi (University of Tabuk), Akhter Ahmed (International Food Policy Research Institute), Angharad M. R. Gatehouse (Newcastle University), Channing Arndt (International Food Policy Research Institute), Felix Moronta-Barrios (International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, GYA), Judy Chambers (International Food Policy Research Institute), Martin G. Edward (Newcastle University), Mohammed Issa Alahmdi (University of Tabuk), Patricia Zambrano (International Food Policy Research Institute), Rui Benfica (International Food Policy Research Institute)
Policy Brief
The true cost of food
David Laborde (International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)), Marie Parent (International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)), Valeria Piñeiro (International Food Policy Research Institute )
Policy Brief
Global food and water security, trade, and market stability
Estefania Puricelli (University of Maryland, Department of Geographical Sciences), Federico Villarreal (Federico Villarreal, Director of Cooperation at IICA.), Marcelo Regunaga (Graduate Program on Agribusiness, University of Buenos Aires), Martin Piñeiro (Argentine Council of International Relations (CARI)), Pablo Elverdin (Group of Producing Countries of the Southern Cone (GPS)), Valeria Piñeiro (International Food Policy Research Institute )

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