Smoke and Mirrors: How the UNFSS is promoting corporate food systems and other false solutions; the case of industrial livestock production and nature-based solutions
July 27 2021 | 15:30 to 17:00 CET
The United Nations processes on climate, biodiversity and food, which are supposed to benefit the common good of humanity, have become dominated by corporate interests looking to secure profits at the expense of people’s rights, livelihoods and animal welfare. This space will explore the need to put control of food production back in the hands of small food producers, secure food sovereignty through agroecology, and improve animal welfare.
Interpretation available in English, Spanish and French.
Isis Alvarez, Global Forest Coalition
Silvia Ribeiro, ETC Group
Bhola Bhattarai, National Forum for Advocacy, Nepal
Jennifer Black, World Animal Protection
Kirtana Chandrasekaran, Friends of the Earth International
More information: foodsystems4people.org