Transformative change is needed. Food systems reform requires that we craft new and better solutions at all scales through a systems-level approach and deep collaboration between farmers and food systems workers, Indigenous Peoples, government and policymakers, philanthropy, researchers, grassroots movements, and the private sector.
For current and future generations, this is a shared responsibility upon which we, as a global community, simply must act to better understand the impacts of food systems, address the most harmful practices, and find new positive pathways forward, together.
We need to do things differently. Food systems are a significant factor in the creation of these daunting challenges and — importantly — they can provide pathways to the solutions.
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