What are the tweaks and disruptions that could reconfigure our food systems?
This new Discussion Starter showcases ten innovations that could play a role in transforming food systems to make them more sustainable, inclusive and climate-smart.
farming and rural livelihoods to new trajectories
livelihoods, farms and value chains
emissions through diets and value chains
policies, finance and support to social movements and innovation
Clim-Eat seeks to accelerate a just transition to resilient and low-emission food systems in low and middle income countries by closing policy gaps and unlocking action. We work based on the “three thirds” principle for successful science-policy engagement. This means combining strategic engagement with timely and credible evidence generation, and effective outreach efforts to spark the transformative action needed in our food systems.
Timely communications & capacity building
Scientific credible, flexible and user-friendly evidence
Targeted, demand driven, and participatory engagement
The future of urban agriculture: Is it time to rewrite the rules of agriculture?
Read our latest Discussion Starter on urban agriculture now!