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Climate Adaptation in Food Systems: Lessons from youth led science-based social movements
Friday, 2021/01/22 | 08:09:25

CGIAR 22-1-2021


As part of the Youth for Climate Adaptation Conference, CCAFS will be hosting an online workshop to link youth from all around the world to cutting edge science on climate change, agriculture and food security.


To achieve a transformation in food systems under climate change, engagement of young people is crucial. They are the next generation and are both vulnerable to current and future impacts of climate change, but also offer ways forward as important agents of change in their households, schools, business ventures, communities, countries and regions.


Climate change impacts will affect the ability of young women and men to secure livelihoods, incomes and food availability. Engaging youth in long-term adaptation is therefore a key focus of the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) through social learning approaches and platforms and engaging or collaborating with youth organizations. Linking young people to cutting edge science on climate change, agriculture and food security, we aim to empower youth to take center stage in development. In this context, this interactive online workshop is developed for youth from all around the globe to participate and engage in the challenges and movements around food security under a changing climate.

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