Who’s Tipping the Scales?
Corporate control over our food has become the norm. We expose the growing influence of corporations on the governance of food systems, and how to counter it.
The food crisis is spiralling into a debt crisis. Breaking the cycle of unsustainable food systems, hunger, and debt is vital to avert catastrophic impacts for the world's poorest countries.
Food systems were on the agenda of this year's climate summit like never before. A significant deal was reached to integrate agriculture into the UN’s climate action body. But COP27 failed to deliver food systems transformation or fair representation for small-scale farmers.
In the battle of ideas for the future of food systems, 'nature-based solutions' is rapidly gaining traction. But it lacks an agreed definition and a transformative vision. Ahead of COP27, is it just another way to obstruct food system transformation?
With the climate crisis and threats to food security mounting, meat and protein are firmly in the spotlight. But public discussion about meat and protein is dominated by hype, misleading generalisations, and techno-fixes.
IPES-Food - the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems - is an independent, expert panel bringing together a diversity of ground-breaking thinkers and practitioners to shape debates on how to transition to sustainable food systems around the world.Read more