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- Elena Seeley discusses the importance of supporting Indigenous communities, smallholder farmers, women, and young people in educating about and scaling up regenerative agriculture.
- How can donors learn and help educate others about mitigating climate change through agroecology? How can donors support efforts to scale up regenerative agriculture practices?
- Learn about agroecology and food justice.
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During a panel discussion organized by Food Tank, the Global Alliance for the Future of Food, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), experts discuss what it will take to scale agroecological practices in the food system.
The event is part of a series of panels with themes inspired by Global Alliance’s Seven Calls to Action to transform the food system. Moderated by Ruth Richardson, Executive Director of the Global Alliance and Danielle Nierenberg, President of Food Tank, each conversation features members of the United Nations Food Systems Champions Network.
The sixth Call to Action focuses on enabling environments that allow agroecology to flourish. Panelists include Emile Frison, Member of the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food); Helena Leurent, Director-General of Consumers International; Denisa Livingston (Diné Nation), organizer of Diné Community Advocacy Alliance and Slow Food International Indigenous Councilor of the Global North; Vijay Kumar Thallam Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS); and Lana Weidgenant Deputy Director of Zero Hour International.
Read the full article about regenerative agriculture by Elena Seeley at Food Tank.