Pathways for the future of sustainable food systems in the Mediterranean - Part 2
Enabling actions for more sustainable food systems in the Mediterranean
This second dialogue co-convened by CIHEAM, FAO, UfM, OPN-SFSP, and PRMA is the prosecution of the Dialogue on “Pathways for the future of sustainable food systems in the Mediterranean” held in April. The objectives of the 2nd SFS-MED Dialogue are:
- Catalysing joint action to improve the sustainability, understanding and resilience of Mediterranean food systems by bridging Sustainable Consumption And Production (SCP), using the Mediterranean diet as a lever of change, among others.
- Engaging a wide network of SFS stakeholders within the broader framework of green, blue and circular economy, where the SFS-MED Platform can play a key role in strengthening regional cooperation at the service of Mediterranean youth and women to accelerate regional implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
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Among potential means of implementation that could be instrumental in transforming food systems is the Mediterranean diet, emerging as a powerful lever for bridging food consumption and production to accelerate food systems transformation in the whole Mediterranean region.