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TO SAVE HUMANITY

We need to act now.
Time Has run out-
for us and our planet.

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), we must limit global warming to 1.5° Celsius before 2030 or face dire consequences.  This requires urgently reducing greenhouse gas emissions and transformations on a massive scale. Changes to our food system can do both.

FOOD SYSTEMS, HEALTH, CLIMATE CHANGE and humanitarian trends ARE ALL INTERCONNECTED

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of Global Greenhouse Emissions are generated by food systems

Food systems generate 33% of global GHG emissions. The climate change agenda overlooks food systems as a main driver and potential solution

The transformation of food systems needs to be at the forefront of global responsibility.

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People are hungry
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People are overweight or obese

Malnutrition and obesity are global problems: 821 million people are hungry, while over 2 billion are overweight or obese.

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Expected Cost of Humanitaran Assistance in 2030

Massive floods, drought, widespread famine are just some of the consequences of climate change. 

If current trends continue, the cost of humanitarian assistance will rise to $50 BILLION by 2030, which is the UN’s deadline for achieving current Sustainable Development Goals.