A call to action for everyone, everywhere to take small but meaningful action.
We can all ACT for better food systems, starting with the food on our plate. A healthy, climate-friendly meal – which will look different depending on where you are – is a small but significant step we can all take to ensure healthy people and planet.
Sundays tend to be our lazy days where we don’t feel like cooking and usually indulge. But weekends are also the perfect opportunity to visit your local farmers or try out a new healthy, climate-friendly recipe! Find below a few examples of #SustainableSunday activity happening across the world.
Supported by the Chefs’ Manifesto, the #SustainableSundays recipe series profiles a chef’s healthy, climate-friendly recipe each Sunday of 2022, to inspire action. Below are a few example #SustainableSundays recipes:
Tell us of your Sustainable Sundays activations by tagging #SustainableSundays on social media.
Started in 2022, Good Food For All #SustainableSundays conversations, convened by Dr. Kalibata, gather diverse actors from across our food systems to explore different facets of good food. Find below the #SustainableSundays to date:
HOW can we grow, source and eat to nourish people and the planet, learning from different food cultures and past generations?
A key thinker & advocate for #innovation in #agriculture Dr. Michael Krimer discusses the power of #Scaling. “Smallholder #farmers are vulnerable to #climatechange. #Innovations can help boost the resilient of farmers and food systems and reduce agriculture emissions.”
"Philanthropies can take more risk, supporting👩🌾smallholders to weather shocks & hold govt's to account. It must be led by equity, justice, inclusion" – Vivian Maduekeh ...🔗https://climatechampions.unfccc.int/system/food-systems-call-to-action/ #COP28UAE #FoodDay
"Farmers are the solution to transform our #foodsystems. We need direct access to financing." – @elizabethnsima
👩🌾Prioritise farmers in climate financing efforts, w #GGA target of 30% financing directed to👨🌾
👩🌾Expand accredited agencies receiving ...climate funds
COP28 is focusing on food systems to create a new normal for how we treat food, agriculture, and water within climate action. @mariammalmheiri speaks on the importance of food systems at #COP28 #UniteActDeliver #ClimateAction