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Peas, Trees And 1.5 Degrees: Nature and agriculture in the Climate Decade

Ashley Allen, CSO, Oatly
Jim Andrew, CSO, PepsiCo
Tim Ash Vie, Director, Under2 Coalition Secretariat, Climate Group
Carolina Genin, Climate Director, WRI Brazil
Jaime Guevara, Governor-Prefect, State Government of Pastaza, Ecuador
Dr Luis Guillermo Hidalgo Okimura, Regional Governor, Regional Government of Madre de Dios, Peru
Kurt Holle, Director, Peru, WWF
Mudit Kumar Singh, Former Head of Forest Force, State Government of Chhattisgarh, India
Dr Zitouni Ould-Dada, Deputy Director, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
Precious Phiri, African Coordinator, Regeneration International
Dr Divya Sharma, Executive Director, India, Climate Group

10:30 AM EST - 11:30 AM EST
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Eating is an agricultural act – Wendell Berry, Writer, Farmer and Environmental Activist, 1990 

This perspective has only become more critical as we enter the Climate Decade. The act of eating connects agriculture, nature, climate change, water, and other systems. This is our last chance to curb global emissions, halt biodiversity loss and prevent the sixth mass extinction.  

Increasing demands on agricultural systems are affecting global food supplies and damaging ecosystems. In response, governments, businesses and farmers around the world are counteracting through policy, innovation and practice to protect nature, boost yields and capture carbon.  

Join governors, business leaders, farmer representatives and NGOs as we discuss the solutions, remaining challenges and regenerative potential of transforming our food systems – or the act of eating – from emissions sources to emissions sinks. 

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Date added: 20/09/21