Commitments to action
Halting Deforestation & Conversion from Agricultural Commodities
Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA), Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU); FAO; WWF; WRI; Good Growth Partnership; Green Commodities Programme; WEF; The Nature Conservancy; UN-REDD Programme; GIZ
The aim of the coalition is to bring together a broad group of producer and consumer countries, companies and international organizations committed to working together to deliver deforestation- and conversion-free food supply chains as part of a new model of agricultural production that optimizes food production, enhances rural livelihoods, and protects and restores the natural environment.
This coalition aims to work with like-minded countries and organisations involved in the ‘nature-based solutions of production’ action area of the Food Systems Summit, as well as partners engaged in other action areas set out by the summit to deliver on the Post Summit agenda, including national pathways. It also seeks to contribute to the support of ‘halting deforestation & conversion from agricultural commodities’ as a growing global norm in the food system and help drive action to achieve this.
At the national and subnational level, there is already work underway in a number of countries on this agenda, including Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Paraguay, Argentina, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Indonesia, China, Germany, Canada and EU. These are supported by different organisations including WEF (Tropical Forest Alliance), UNDP (Green Commodities Programmme), UNDP/CI/IFC/UNEP/WWF (Good Growth Partnership), FAO/UNDP/UNEP (UN-REDD Programme) and others. This coalition intends to deliver impact through strengthening partnership between these organisations´ initiatives and scaling successful results up nationally and globally.
Member state(s), Private sector, Producer organizations, Academic, Other, Civil society, Indigenous peoples
Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production
Deforestation, Producers, Collective Action
Taking forward the work of the solution cluster, a global coalition of allies will be developed to support nature-positive innovation linked to the Global Action Agenda for Innovation in Agriculture that will be launched at COP26, engaging numerous organisations and thousands of stakeholders.
Toyota Tsusho Corporation expresses support for FSS (Food Systems Summit) which is held to promote concrete actions for the transformation of Food Systems, for the purpose of delivering all the Sustainable Development Goals.
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.
The United Republic of Tanzania will continue to respond to the growing concern of the negative impacts of climate change and climate variability on the country’s social, economic and physical environment. This will be implemented through the National Climate Change Strategy which responds to the above needs by ensuring that there is more coordination and complementary between key economic sectors in implementing climate change activities.