Innovation is crucial for developing sustainable and resilient food systems for the future. As the global population continues to grow, the demand for food is increasing and traditional approaches to food production and consumption are no longer viable.
This session hosted by the Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture, Nature & Food Quality and Clim-Eat will explore the urgent need for innovative and systemic changes in food systems. We need to embrace technological advancements, while also examining the broader system that underpins our food systems.
The session will highlight the latest technological innovation in food production and identify key areas where systemic innovation is required. We will discuss the need for effective partnerships – that includes strategic alliances and political leadership to help shift understanding, narratives and power dynamics, as well as the role of policy and regulation in creating more sustainable food systems.
Through case studies and expert insights, this session will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the role of technology and systemic innovation in building sustainable and resilient food systems. Participants will leave with actionable steps and strategies to apply these innovations in their own work and communities.