Food for Thought: Agriculture at the Nexus of Climate, Resilience, Nutrition, and Innovation
By making food systems more fair, healthy, and environment-friendly we can drive down emissions and rethink value chains, well-being, and land use. With over a third of global land areas classified as agricultural, they are a key driver for change. Whether rethinking food solutions that can feed 11 billion people, exploring carbon farming solutions, or mitigation and adaptation symbiosis, agriculture is an underexposed area for decarbonisation, research and innovation, and partnership on the 2050 net zero path.
This challenge explores:
How disruptive change requires new funding schemes
How value-chain approaches can drive supply chain decarbonisation
How climate change will steer diversification and efficiency
How renewable energy investments can help benefit agriculture, mitigation and adaptation targets