Discussion

Policies for Agroecology - a TPP online event

Drawing the blueprints for a sustainable agroecological transition

The Transformative Partnership Platform (TPP) on Agroecology and its partners are pleased to invite you to a virtual event on 15 July to discuss policies for transitions to agroecological food systems. 
After introducing the TPP and outlining the essential role that policy plays in accomplishing the TPP's mission, the presenters will unveil the latest draft of "Agroecologically-conducive policies: a review of advances and remaining challenges" for discussion. The feedback collected during the discussion will be integrated into the document before final publication. Read the executive summary here
By examining country case studies and current scientific evidence, the event will then highlight the opportunities and challenges involved in scaling-up agroecology over the next decade. Such knowledge will help set research, policy and investment priorities for actors at all levels. 
A panel discussion and an interactive Q&A session with the audience will complement the event. 
Join us in reimagining agricultural policies that benefit people and the planet!
About the TPP The TPP on Agroecology is a community of scientists, practitioners and policy makers working to accelerate agroecological transitions. Since its official launch on 3 June, 2021, the TPP has begun addressing knowledge gaps across eight domains that will support various institutions and advocacy groups in key decisionmaking processes.

Date

15.07.2021

Organisers

Transformative Partnership Platform (TPP) on Agroecology

Languages

English

Spanish

French

Policies for Agroecology - a TPP online event
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