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A commitment by subnational governments to tackle the climate emergency through integrated food policies and a call on national governments to act

GLASGOW FOOD AND CLIMATE DECLARATION

“Only a food systems approach can identify effective intervention points to accelerate climate action while delivering many co-benefits.”

- Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration -

“The majority of sustainable food system innovation and change are occurring at the local and regional levels."
 

- Accompanying document to the Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration-

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Why the Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration?

Global Food Systems Account for 1/3 of Total Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions, and cause...

ENVIRONMENTAL

DEGRADATION

CLIMATE CRISIS

SOCIO-ECONOMIC
INEQUALITIES

HEALTH
INEQUALITIES

Subnational governments are leading the way by adopting integrated food policies.

COP26 is a key opportunity for placing food and local action at the heart of the global response to the climate emergency.

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The Glasgow Food & Climate Declaration launched December 14, 2020. Watch the virtual launch and read the summary report below
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The Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration is drafted in partnership between international networks of subnational governments, UN agencies and non-governmental organizations working with food systems and climate change and in consultation with subnational, city and region governments. 

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With the technical cooperation of

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