The intended green revolution for global food security, since 1960s, was never ever green! On the contrary, there was no favorable food security nor safe food, but become an existential security threat to humanity with catastrophic ecocide destructions.
Commitments to action
10K Entrepreneurs for 100M Farmers
As part of its Climate Action Platform, the World Economic Forum is championing 100 Million Farmers: Transitioning towards net-zero, nature-positive food systems. Achieving this goal requires both committed farmers and a surrounding ecosystem of sustainable agriculture entrepreneurs providing technologies and services. To help achieve this audacious goal, a catalyst coalition has been formed to activate 10 Thousand Entrepreneurs for 100 Million farmers.
The agriculture sector is faced with larger data gaps and more complexities around the estimation of emissions and decarbonization pathways than any other sector, which makes the measurement and disclosure of the greenhouse gas emissions of banking portfolios in this sector particularly challenging.
There has never been a greater need for an Agricultural Renaissance. The many voices of farmers, echoing across centuries of scarcity and abundance, challenge us to find new ways forward, paths that produce abundance for expanding populations while rejecting wasteful destruction of resources. We must seek these new ways to collaborate and innovate together.
World Vision’s Commitment to Increased Action on Ecosystem Restoration and Regenerative Agriculture Practices
World Vision is committed to increased action on Ecosystem Restoration and regenerative agriculture practices.