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Flora Hetherington Dec 5
Great to hear talking about on yesterday! Go and give it a listen!
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Olivier De Schutter Dec 6
A low price tag comes with very heavy costs. Moving from low cost to true cost will create co-benefits for , & the
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Oxford Water Network Dec 6
"Games provide an innovative and unique way to look at systems" - Today's game is designed to communicate the science behind
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Food Solutions New England Dec 5
Federal policies matter! Local & regional are being affected everywhere, even in and, specifically, .
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Kenton Lobe Nov 29
Farmers educating consumers? "Most people just want to ask a question and have a real person answer"
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FAO Director-General QU Dongyu Dec 4
Today I presented the Initiative to delegates attending the 163th FAO Council. The initiative offers an integrated & coherent way to mobilize resources of & its partners to build robust enabling environments required to transform & lives.
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Alexandra Lyon Dec 5
Replying to @Alexandra_Lyon
I wrote this as snark but it’s a good ex of how many problems can be solved w ✅ institutional buying can support local & sustainable ag ✅ parents (moms) don’t have to pack lunch every gd morning ✅ reusable dishes—>less plastic trash
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HarvestPlus Dec 5
‘Tis ! Our global team members are incredible - we’re grateful for their daily efforts in developing sustainable and spreading awareness about biofortified crop varieties. 📸 by
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UAZ Nutrition Dec 4
"Our planet is also being shaped by what we put in our stomachs [...] We all need to think more carefully about diets that improve planetary health, as well as our own.”
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Food and Climate Alliance Dec 6
So many great discussions about and at that we can’t get a picture of everyone at once! Leaning into the end of a great first week for FCA.
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Katie Kramer Dec 5
Thank you for inviting me to speak about ’s research w/ ! Great fun sharing how impact investors + development finance agencies can be working together to finance local healthy .
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Dr Jorja Collins Dec 2
I skipped straight to the last chapter about what practitioners can do. The answer is advocate. Now I’m going back to be beginning of this fab book!
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Farmers' Corner Dec 1
It doesn't matter how you started but what really matter is making it above the average marks of the progress metrics set. Start small and grow big.
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IFPRI Dec 4
Yes, are complex, but changing food policies can have a transformational impact on the lives of millions of people. 📢The latest piece from : 👉Blog:
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Hunger Center Dec 5
🏆 Best in Show! Leland Bryan Pride (right) poses with the award-winning poster that he created with Chelsie Kolberg (left) w/ at the Symposium on World , Nutrition, + the Microbiome at . Way go to!
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Lorine Azoulai Dec 5
What do we need to get sustainable ? Multistakeholder dialogue at , yes. But let's not forget the balance of power between participants is not equal. Big corporations voices are louder than that of small farmers and civil society.
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Jonathan Tench Dec 3
Working in DC on ? Come network with+learn about local, national and global food systems movers, shakers and thinkers - oh and is speaking, so you should like, totally register. Dec 10th cc
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Ridhima Kapoor Nov 29
Proud to be a part of this research
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FAO Director-General QU Dongyu Dec 2
Good meeting with , Minister of State for Food, Forestry & Horticulture of Ireland today. We underlined the value of and sustainable for the ecosystem & agreed on continuous experience and knowledge transfer between & Ireland.
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50by40_org 4h
Yes! are also a great opportunity for transition for health and . . We are on the case.
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