Common Food Policy Vision for EU Unveiled
IPES-Food launches a report based on 3 years of participatory research involving +400 farmers, food entrepreneurs, civil society activists, scientists, and policy makers.
Seven Case Studies of Agroecological Transition
New IPES-Food report provides concrete examples of communities breaking away from industrial agriculture.
REPORT | Towards a Common Food Policy for the EU
This report argues for a Common Food Policy for the European Union: a policy setting a direction of travel for the whole food system, bringing together the various sectoral policies that affect food production, processing, distribution, and consumption, and refocusing all actions on the transition to sustainability.
Read the Full Report (EN)
Read the Executive Summary (EN, ES, FR, IT, DE)
February 2019 | EU
REPORT | Seven Case Studies of Agroecological Transition
This report describes seven case studies of agroecological transition to draw insights on how the lock-ins of industrial food systems can be overcome, where the key leverage points for transition are located, and how transition towards sustainable food and farming systems can be best supported.
MEDIA | COAG26 side event: Agroecology - a key strategy to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (COAG26)
Agroecology and the SDGs: An overview will be carried out of the latest research in Agroecology, followed by a presentation of FAO Scaling Up Agroecology Initiative.
NEWS | Alliance for agroecology in West Africa takes shape
The Alliance for Agroecology in West Africa (3AO) took major steps forward over recent weeks, as its members refined its work program and prepared to launch the platform at a series of high-level events.
REPORT | From Uniformity to Diversity
This report makes the case for a paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological systems and identifies the 8 ‘lock-ins’ holding back transition. Read IPES-Food's landmark report.
The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food) brings together a diversity of expert voices to shape policy debates on how to reform food systems around the world.
Beating Famine 3: The Sahel Meeting the AFR100 Challenge
February 26-28. Emile Frison will give a talk "Agroecological transition: bringing forces together"
4th Congress on Hidden Hunger
University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
February 27 - March 1. Olivia Yambi will present elements of the IPES- Food Report on the Food-Health Nexus at the opening session organized by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ): Fixing food systems: Policies and interventions to tackle the double burden of malnutrition – What transformations do we need?
American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting
Washington, DC, USA
April 3-7th. Ricardo Salvador will present “Agroecology Now! Transitions-Transformations for a More Just and Sustainable Food System”
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