Indigenous Peoples, youth, producers, researchers, NGOs, and governments, and represent key areas to address some of the world’s most pressing issues, from hunger and poverty to climate change.

Among the game-changing solutions are initiatives to reimagine school meals programs as well as proposals to include the cost of a healthy diet when calculating poverty lines.

A Global Food Safety Indicator to monitor and reduce foodborne illness will also be considered along with a Responsible Meat initiative to incorporate environmental performance, working conditions, and animal welfare into production and consumption.

Initial ideas for new partnerships include an Indigenous Peoples Food Systems Trust, a Coalition for African Youth in Agriculture, and a Food and Land Net Zero Country Alliance, in which countries would commit to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions from food and land use by 2050.

Other solutions include the development of deforestation-free supply chains and subsidies redirected towards sustainable production and consumption.