Welthungerhilfe's expectations of the climate conference in Dubai.
The climate crisis and the food crisis are inherently linked. As global temperatures rise, food production becomes more difficult and uncertain due to changes in weather patterns and increased frequency of extreme weather events such as droughts or floods. This leads to long-term negative effects like decreased soil fertility, it affects the health of people and causes economic loss.
Welthungerhilfe, World Vision and ADRA invite you to an interactive session, in which different perspectives will be brought together: high-level decision-makers and representatives of the younger generation will discuss the effects of climate change on food and nutrition security and actions that need to be taken now.
In a moderated panel, experts and politicians will share their perspectives on needs and gaps regarding climate resilient and future-proof inclusive food systems. Young advocates will debate the challenges and opportunities across all stages of the adaptation cycle, including assessment, planning, effective implementation, monitoring of resilience-building initiatives, and equitable access to financial resources.
SIDE EVENT AT THE GERMAN PAVILION
Resilient and Inclusive Food Systems
Strengthening climate adaptation for global food and nutrition security
December 10th, 2023 | Food, Agriculture and Water Day
1:30 - 3:00 p.m. (CEST)
Join the discussion! Find the panel HERE!
Other events at COP28 with WHH participation
Madagascar Pavilion: WHH MDG – Waste Management, three side events on 05/12:
Youth & Children Pavilion: WHH/Alliance 2015 on 10/12: