The Climate and the Future of Food series explores how healthy, sustainable, and equitable food and agriculture systems can powerfully contribute to a 1.5°C world by 2050. By bringing together stakeholders from diverse sectors, geographies, and generations, the series aims to tackle climate change, improve food insecurity and nutrition, and reduce environmental degradation. 

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Salzburg Global and Global Alliance Share Reflections and Learning Pathway from Salzburg Process

Post-event report published one year after virtual convening bringing together more than 300 change-makers

Race to Zero: Building Tipping Points for Systems Transformation

Patty Fong, program director, Climate & Health at the Global Alliance for the Future of Food, reflects on the Race to Zero webinar, Climate and Future of Food: Priority Actions for Systems Transformation

Five Learnings from Hosting an Event During a Pandemic

Ruth Richardson, Executive Director and Pablo Vidueira, Blue Marble Evaluator, at the Global Alliance for the Future of Food reflect on the Salzburg Process

Global Food Systems, Culture and Nutrition

Salzburg Global Fellows explore recent advances in addressing the global syndemic and opportunities for novel interventions to improve nutritional status of children

Political Food - Voting with Our Forks

What is the role of food and land in our heritage and our aim of a sustainable future?

Clare Shine Moderates Talk on (Mis)understanding of Climate

Clare Shine, vice president and chief program officer of Salzburg Global Seminar, moderated a discussion on climate issues at the latest Public Diplomacy Forum in Berlin

A Climate for Change - New Thinking on Governance for Sustainability

A report of the Salzburg Global Seminar’s session on A Climate for Change: New Thinking on Governance for Sustainability is now available online, featuring key elements of the session’s discussions.
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