Date: Wednesday 31st May
Countries have recognized the importance of agriculture, land use, and food security in most of the updated NDCs, and are now facing the challenge to implement transformative climate action addressing the complex nature of the global resource system. The water–energy–food-ecosystem nexus approach can support policy makers and practitioners to address such challenge and bring innovative solutions for sustainable agrifood systems transformation. This breakout session focuses on sectoral coordination within the water-energy-food-ecosystem nexus to discuss governance and policy alignment for the implementation of climate change action, including challenges and opportunities of integrated water-energy-food-ecosystem climate policies and programs.
- Mohamed Elgammal, Deputy Director, Department of Environment and Climate Change, Egypt
- Krittaya Chunhaviriyakul, Director of Thailand’s UNFCCC Focal Point Section, Climate Change Management and Coordination Division, Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP), Thailand
- Juliet Grace Luwedde, Global Coordinator, Youth Constituency of UNCCD, Uganda
Martina Fleckenstein, Global Policy Director, Food at WWF International
Organizers: FAO, UNDP