The session will envisage what the next steps should be for SDG 2.5 in the post-2020 Agenda. Where do we go from here? It will seek to demonstrate why agrobiodiversity is essential to ensure food and nutrition security for current and future global populations. The greater the diversity, the more resilient the system. Protecting crops and livestock from pests and disease, and ensuring they have improved resistance to increasing climatic shocks is essential. But how do we get there?
Danielle NierenbergPresident and Co-Founder
Sir Peter CraneBoard Chair and President
Oak Spring Garden Foundation
Marie HagaAssociate Vice President for External Relations and Governance
International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Susan BragdonPolicy Advisor
Mildred CrawfordCaribbean Network of Rural Women Producers
Farmers Co-Chair of the Executive Committee of the Global Assembly of Partners towards Habitat III (GAP)
Tina ClaffeyAward winning nature photographer
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