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Advance Equitable Livelihoods: A paper on Action Track 4
Food systems transformation provides the opportunity to shift current trends in all forms of malnutrition, prioritizing nutritious food availability and affordability for all – from shifting priorities in agricultural ...
Building Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks and Stresses: A paper on Action Track 5
Transforming food systems involves five action tracks: i) access to safe and nutritious food, ii) sustain- able consumption, iii) nature-positive production, iv) equitable livelihood, and v) resilience to shocks and stress. ...
Boost Nature Positive Production: A paper on Action Track 3
Transforming food systems involves five action tracks: i) access to safe and nutritious food, ii) sustainable consumption, iii) nature-positive production, iv) equitable livelihood, and v) resilience to shocks and stress. ...
Ensuring Access to Safe and Nutritious Food for All Through Transformation of Food Systems: A paper on Action Track 1
Action Track 1 of the Food Systems Summit offers an opportunity to bring together the crucial elements of food safety, nutrition, poverty and inequalities in the framework of food systems in the context of climate and ...
Healthy Diet: A definition for the United Nations Food Systems Summit 2021
The aim of this document is to propose a definition of healthy diets and related evidence, thus permitting the alignment of terminology for the Food Systems Summit. Diets are combinations of food consumed by individuals ...
Achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 A Review of Quantitative Assessments of Synergies and Tradeoffs amongst the UN Sustainable Development Goals: A paper from the Scientific Group of the UN Food Systems Summit 26 May 2021
The Sustainable Development Goal 2 “Zero hunger” (SDG2) sets clear global targets for ensuring access to sufficient food and healthy nutrition for all by 2030, while keeping food systems within sustainable boundaries and ...