The 13th GFFA has come to an end with a commitment by the Berlin Agriculture Ministers’ Conference to climate-friendly and crisis-resistant agriculture.
At the invitation of Federal Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner, 78 agriculture ministers and high-ranking representatives of 13 international organisations came together. Among them the Director-General of the FAO, Dr. Qu Dongyu and Nobel laureate World Food Programme (WFP), represented by executive director David Beasley. UN Director-General Antònio Guterres delivered a video message.
Khoushbou Singh Sewraj from Mauritius and Morgan Norris from the USA presented the International Young Farmers’ Forum statement to the ministers. Nineteen young farmers from just as many countries drafted the statement in the course of the GFFA.
Earlier, more than 3.000 registered international guests from politics, business, science and civil society had discussed in 20 panels and deep dives.
Philipp Swoboda, researcher from Austria, prevailed in the GFFA Science Slam against three other young scientists.
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