Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Climate Action. Part 3: Agribusiness & the SDG's. Thursday December 3, 2020 15:00 - 17:00 CET.

 

 


Join us tomorrow for the final instalment of “The Great Food Challenge”, where we will examine how new financial mechanisms and investment will help in meeting the goal of international development, poverty alleviation, and climate resilience.

Access the event platform to view the full agenda and watch the content live from 2PM GMT / 3PM CET, Thursday 3 December.

You can login using your registered email address:
bema@blackemergmanagersassociation.org

Join us on Thursday, 3 December 2020
at 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET
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Featured Speakers

Darío Soto Abril
Global CEO
Fairtrade International

 

Maria Lettini
Executive Director
FAIRR

 

Willie Pretorius
Soil Health Consultant
Ward Labs

 

Jon Mclea
Small Holder Farmer Expert, Independent Agricultural Consultant

Zitouni Ould-Dada
Deputy Director
FAO

Mohamed Manssouri
Director FAO Investment Centre

 

Iride Ceccacci

Principal Agribusiness advisor

EBRD

Daniel Hulls

CEO

AgDevCo


What will be discussed?

·        How does finance and investment support agriculture and the SDGs?

 

·        How do we change the risk profile of the agriculture industry to access the required capital to drive a sustainable agribusiness future?

 

·        How can developing countries maintain sustainable agriculture practices in spite of global foreign aid withdrawals?

 

·        How do agribusinesses assess their performance against sustainability and/or the SDGs when there are no clear metrics, when there is poor data, or the data is repetitive?

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