This work we are all doing—transforming the global food system in ways that enable the world to meet its climate, biodiversity, food security, and global health goals—is complex and rapidly evolving.
By 2030, countries from around the world have committed to halve emissions (from 2010 levels) and protect 30 percent of global land and ocean ecosystems.
The path to 2030 will require transformation of our global food system, including advancing and investing in more sustainable, secure, and just ways of making meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy.
This year’s conference theme—Path to 2030—is all about working together to create the conditions needed along the way:
Today, we have both the opportunity and the obligation to create those conditions for success and usher in a brighter food future—together.