Transforming Food Systems and Land Use – Davos 2021, World Economic Forum

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While more than 1 billion tonnes of food are still wasted every year and agriculture remains a major driver of water use, climate change and nature loss, a nature-positive economy could create 395 million new jobs by 2030. With the Biodiversity COP15 and the UN Food Systems Summit scheduled for 2021, this Leadership Panel examines how to scale inclusive action to transform food systems, improve farmer livelihoods and restore nature.

Public Speakers:

Steve Sedgwick, Anchor, CNBC

Ramon Laguarta, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Inc.

Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations

Dongyu Qu, Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica, Office of the President of Costa Rica

Wiebe Draijer, Chairman of the Managing Board, Rabobank Group

Agnes Matilda Kalibata, Special Envoy, United Nations Food Systems Summit

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