Leveraging the momentum of the United Nations Food Systems Summit, on 15 March 2021 the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Climate Resilience Network (ASEAN-CRN), in partnership with the Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will convene a Regional Food Systems Dialogue to give stakeholders from the ASEAN region an opportunity to contribute to designing the food systems of the future, and to explore how the can work together to make the transformations happen in the coming decade.

The aim of this webinar is to identify, dialogue and address the issues surrounding the food systems through the 5 action tracks identified by the UN. Attending this webinar will give room for 1 on 1 dialogue with other key stakeholders like you to discuss the issues and the way forward.

As sneak peek to this webinar, I am delighted to invite you to my podcast with renowned climate change expert Dada Bacudo. It is part of the “Let’s talk agriculture” series I host. Insight on what’s happening on Monday the 15th is given. Let's already start discussing.

REGISTER HERE for the webinar coming Monday.

Dada Bacudo is a climate change expert with over 20 years experience in the areas of biodiversity conservation, sustainable development and conservative finance in Philippines, Latin America, Uganda, Southeast Asia, working with NGOs, national governments and international development agencies.

She provides advice technical advice to the association of southeast ASEAN network and its ten member states for strengthened regional and international policies to gain wider access to climate finance which ultimately builds resilience of agriculture and other land use sectors to impacts of climate change.

Sharon Idahosa specializes in agriculture articles, events, and podcasts. She uses different communication methods to communicate to a larger audience and spread the word about agriculture. She has made episodes with key people from different organizations; FAO, Climate Resilience Network (CRN), Corporate Farmers international, Novatero, DigiExt etc, all centering around agriculture and making impact.
Besides that, Sharon is founder of a social organization: Lifex Agriculture Initiative, that seeks to bring about the inclusiveness of rural farmers in through training to educate them on the right approaches to a sustainable agriculture.