15 November 2022 10:00 — 10:45Register now
COP27 side event: Adapting to transboundary climate risks in food trade
In the scope of COP27, ECDPM is organising this event on 15 November at 10:00-10:45 CET (11:00-11:45 EET) to unpack the complexity of the global food system and discuss how to better manage and adapt to trade disruptions as a result of climate change.
ECDPM staff involved
This event will explore how climate change creates risks for the global food system that interact with other drivers of instability to create major threats to food security worldwide. This event represents a key opportunity to unpack the complexity of the global food system and discuss how to better manage and adapt to trade disruptions as a result of climate change:
- What are the adaptation options to manage transboundary climate risks to food security?
- What are the potential trade-offs and conflicts of interest involved in these options?
- How can trade policies help tackle the climate crisis?
- And how can we close the gap between the global climate and trade deliberations?
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
South Africa AgBiz