This article by Forbes writes on a key takeaway from the Pre-Summit; advancing a policy framework and innovative solutions to improve access to healthy and sustainable food will require multi-sectoral engagement.
Mobilizing public and private investments to drive food systems transformation and prioritizing game-changing solutions should lay on collective action, according to a coalition made of EAT, IDEO, Thought For Food and The Rockefeller Foundation. During the opening day of Pre-Summit, the coalition urged strengthening a multi-sectoral approach for food systems transformation if we want to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
The team received over 500 submissions from 85 countries: these ideas ranged from building regenerative farms in various regions to supporting indigenous farming and food ways to combat climate change and improve diets.
Read the full article by Forbes here.