Policy makers can make a significant difference to ensure healthy diets for people at every stage of life. The Global Panel’s new policy brief Climate-smart food systems for enhanced nutrition urges decision makers to adopt a pro-nutrition lens while protecting and promoting agriculture in the face of climate change
The Global Panel has appointed Tom Arnold as new Global Panel member. Mr. Arnold will replace Anthony Lake, Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
Her Excellency Tumusiime Rhoda Peace, Commissioner for Rural Economy at the African Union Commission has met Prof. Sandy Thomas, the newly appointed Director of the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition.
The Global Panel launches its policy brief on biofortification today at the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
The Global Panel’s first technical brief “How can Agriculture and Food System Policies improve Nutrition?” was launched at the Panel’s ICN2 side event. It shows the breadth of policies relating to agriculture and food systems that influence nutritional outcomes for people and the opportunities to make these more nutrition – enhancing.