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Advancing Good Food for All

The way we eat today is failing both people and the planet: over 560 million agricultural workers and their families live in extreme poverty, unhealthy diets account for one in five deaths globally, and the food system generates one third of all greenhouse gas emissions globally. This event will explore how all this can change if we incentivize the food system to produce more Good Food – food that improves health outcomes, regenerates the environment, and creates economic opportunity for those who produce, sell, and serve it.

The session will be broadcast on March 24th at 10:00am ET live across The Rockefeller Foundation’s social media pages (TwitterFacebookLinkedIn and YouTube). Audience members on these channels will be invited to submit questions up to a week in advance.

 

The Rockefeller Foundation’s Panel of Experts:


Sara Farley
Managing Director, Integrated Operations, Food Initiative, The Rockefeller Foundation

 

Paula Daniels
Co-founder, Chief of What’s Next, and Founding Chair of the Center for Good Food Purchasing

 

Namukolo Covic
Director General’s Representative to Ethiopia for the International Livestock Research Institute, Convener for the One CGIAR in Ethiopia

 

Selena Ahmed
PhD, Global Director of the Periodic Table of Food Initiative at the American Heart Association

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