Commitments to action
AIM for Climate
New Zealand has committed to the AIM for Climate coalition led by the USA and UAE.
New Zealand has committed through official channels. This registration is to ensure that the Summit recognises New Zealand as having committed to AIM for Climate.
Nina Opacic is the focal point for New Zealand. She works at the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries.
Build Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses
Greenhouse gas emissions
Structural institutional fragility, conflict, climate change and economic shocks exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic are leading to record-breaking levels of hunger and acute malnutrition. The most vulnerable continue to bear the greatest burden of global food crises, which are increasingly complex, multifactor-driven and protracted in time.
This Climate-Resilient Food Systems alliance provides a framework for food systems transitions that deliver resilience to climate, shocks and stresses, protect biodiversity and ecosystems’ services, reduce poverty and enhance social, gender, equity and North-South & inter-generational justice. Food systems transitions to long term resilience require multi-sectoral and multi-systemic integrated solutions, innovative water and energy solutions implemented through a Nexus approach, multi-risk reduction and management and ambitious policies and platforms to support climate resilient food systems for all beyond 2030.