Expert Panels

Expert Panels

Expert Panels

In order to enable an in-depth technical exchange between international participants at GFFA 2023, 16 Expert Panels will be hosted by actors from politics, scientists, entrepreneurs, and stakeholders from civil society. They will take place on Thursday, 19 January 2023, and Friday, 20 January 2023. The Expert Panels will explore and bring together important insights and aspects of this year’s topic of the GFFA 2023, which will significantly contribute to the discussions held at the GFFA.

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DateOrganiserTitleKey wordsDetails
19 January, 4:00 pmFAOFinancing sustainable transformation in the agrifood systems: Gaps and Opportunities

Food and Agriculture for Sustainable Transformation (FAST), greenhouse gases, international cooperation, 1.5 degree goal, finance contributions, climate, resilience, adaptation to climate change

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19 January, 4:00 pmAHA, WFOInvesting on Local Farmers’ Solutions to address Global Food System Challenges

National Pathways, Food Producers’ Declaration, Family Farming, economy, cooperation, farmers’ organisations, farmers’ participation, financial support

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19 January, 4:00 pmWBAETransforming our collective appetite – creating fair food environments

Science, climate, consumption patterns, food policy, role of the food industry, diet, integrated food policy, sustainable food consumption, fair food environments

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20 January, 9:30 amFAO, WHOIs the Codex system fit for the future?

Codex Alimentarius Commission, One Health, WTO, food safety, food security, cooperation, consumer protection

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20 January, 9:30 amAustralian Mission to the European UnionManaging drought, fire, and flood risk to create climate resistant food systems

risk-management, Australia, management of wooded areas, soil resilience, transferable knowledge, severe weather events, drought, floods, fires, building farm resilience

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20 January, 9:30 amWorld Food ProgrammeFood systems in crises – solutions for more resilience

climate change, increased food prices, soil erosion, inclusion of all: women, youth, minorities; famines, challenges, sustainable land use, discrimination

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20 January, 11:30 amWWF InternationalSolving the Great Food Puzzle: 20 levers to scale national level action

Case studies, climate goals, reduce biodiversity loss, ensure optimal human health, healthy diets, reducing food loss and waste, nature positive food production, national level, place-based food system transformation, 20 transformation levers, civil society, cooperation

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20 January, 11:30 amHU Berlin, Welthungerhilfe, ZALF e.V.Linking indigenous knowledge with transformation processes of sustainable food systems – concepts and examples

Biodiversity, science, indigenous knowledge, conservation of resources, local, linking of indigenous and modern / western knowledge, 2021 UN FSS, case studies

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20 January, 11:30 amBLEFood Systems of the Future – The National Dialogue on the UNFSS in Germany

Governments, climate, FSS National Dialogues, United Nations Food Systems Summit

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19 January, 4:00 pmGFFA e.V.Crisis-proof nutrition through sustainable and climate-resilient agriculture – the private sector as actor

Climate, private sector as actor, general conditions, funding options, healthy diet, social entrepreneurship

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19 January, 4:00 pmBread for the World, FIAN Germany, Forum UE, INKOTA Netzwerk, MISEREORCreating resilient food systems – with replies from those affected by the crisis!

Civil society, UNFSS / UKR, 2022 SOFI Report, hunger crises, food poverty, climate change, rising food prices, loss of species diversity, bottom-up, participation

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20 January, 9:30 amAndreas Hermes Akademie, European Commission, GIZ, TMG Research ThinkTank, Welthungerhilfe, WWF InternationalEmergency solution or silver bullet? National pathways for food system transformation

Science, cooperation, UNFSS National Pathways, global governance system, national level, participation of vulnerable groups, governance processes, remit of actors in international cooperation, instruments

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20 January, 9:30 amWorld Bank GroupData and Digital as Enabler for Circular Agri-Food Systems

Data, digital, circular economies, digitalisation, technologies, overcoming technical barriers, overcoming information asymmetry, support of novel business models

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20 January, 9:30 amThe Global Crop Diversity TrustDiversity for Resilient Food Systems

biodiversity, diverse food systems, culinary and cultural diversity, climate resilience, civil society

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20 January, 11:30 amFAOLeveraging urban and local food systems for sustainable food systems transformation

UNFSS 2021, cities, urban consumption, strengthening local governments, local stakeholders, resilience, affordable healthy diets, food waste reduction, circular food economy

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20 January, 11:30 amWorld Organisation for Animal HealthAnimal health: a substantive input to the transformation of food systems through the One Health approach

One Health, animal production, animal health, increased food insecurity, famine, evolution of animal product consumption, farmers, health crises in production systems, climate change, consumer expectations, resilience

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