Review 2021 GFFA

2021 GFFA – Overview of the most important events

How to Feed the World in Times of Pandemics and Climate Change?
During the first virtual GFFA 2021 more than 3.000 registered international guests from politics, business, science and civil society had discussed in 20 panels and deep dives about how international agricultural trade can contribute to a secure, diverse and sustainable nutrition.

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76 ministers of agriculture from around the world and 13 high-ranking representatives of international organisations met during the first virtual Berlin Agriculture Ministers’ Conference and adopted a joint political communiqué on climate-friendly and crisis-proof agriculture.
The kick-off event marks the official start of the GFFA events.
17 Expert Panels
Representatives from politics, business, science and civil society discussed different perspectives and focuses of the 2021 GFFA’s topic.

Following each expert panel, interested participants could engage in an in-depth conversation with the panelists and ask further questions during the 30-minute deep dives.

Two high-level events with international experts, e.g. the European Commission, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
During the high-level panels the topic of the 2021 GFFA: ”How to Feed the World in Times of Pandemics and Climate Change” was thoroughly analysed.
For the third time, the Think Aloud! – GFFA Science Slam took place as at the virtual GFFA.

At this short presentation competition, four Science Slams lasting ten minutes that relate to the main subject “How to Feed the World in Times of Pandemics and Climate Change” were presented.

Philipp Swoboda is the winner of the third Think Aloud! – GFFA Science Slam with his talk on “Rocks for Crops and Climat?”.

Impressions of 2021 GFFA

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