Presentation of Ceres2030 at the European Commission - Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger
85 researchers spanning 25 countries worked intensely for the past three years to identify the most promising solutions to end hunger sustainably, with a focus on the role of donors. Their efforts, which combined artificial intelligence, state-of-the-art modelling, and a strong partnership with Nature Research, was released on October 13, as part of a series of events, hosted by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and a call to action from the research community.
Ceres2030’s team will engage EU stakeholders on their new research and show that by doubling aid between now and 2030 and spending it wisely, we could end hunger, double smallholder farmer incomes and protect the climate.
The audience for this meeting will be composed of a mix of the European Commission staff, non-profit organizations, Brussels-based international organizations, Parliamentarians, lobbyists and academics.
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- Leonard Mizzi, Head of Unity of Rural Development, Food Security, Nutrition, DEVCO C1
- David Laborde, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI & Co-Director Ceres2030
- Jaron Porciello, Associate Director, Cornell University & Co-Director Ceres2030
- Carin Smaller, Director, Agriculture, Trade and Investment, IISD & Co-Director Ceres2030
Launch Event of Ceres2030: Uniting Science and Policy to End Hunger Sustainably
Ceres2030 team will launch the findings of the project at the occasion of a high-level joint event organised by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany (BMZ) on October 13, 2020.
Parliamentarians Action #3 | Protecting and Promoting Women’s Land Rights in the Face of COVID-19 and Beyond
The third virtual dialogue in the Parliamentarians' Actions for Gender Equality and Resilient Food Systems in Response to COVID-19 series will be held on September 17, 2020, from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CEST).
Europe Launch | The role of responsible investments in agriculture for the transition towards more sustainable food systems
The event is specifically targeted to Members of the European Parliament, parliamentary advisors and those who work within parliamentary contexts; participation is opened to all interested stakeholders, including parliamentarians and advisors from other regions.
South Asia - Food and Agricultural Trade in the New Policy Environment: How Can WTO members Support Economic Recovery and Resilience?
This event will be the fourth of a series of events on the same topic but with a regional perspective. The events will cover Africa, South Asia and Latin America.