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CFS: Empfehlungen zu Wasser und Klima für die Welternährung

 

Ernährungs- und Landwirtschaftsorganisation der Vereinten Nationen (FAO) / Committee on World Food Security (CFS)

Zeit: Montag, 18. Januar 2021, 17:00 – 18:00 Uhr, anschließender Deep Dive 18:00 – 18:30 Uhr

Sprachen: Englisch, Deutsch

Zusammenfassung:
In der Diskussion wurde darauf hingewiesen, dass wir die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels maßgeblich und zuallererst bei der Ressource Wasser spüren (werden). Der Klimawandel führt zu extremen Wetterereignissen, er bedroht damit zunehmend die Verfügbarkeit und den Zugang zu Wasser und stellt eine ernste Gefahr für die Sicherung der Welternährung dar.

Diese Diskussion unterstützte alle Beteiligten darin, diese Problempunkte besser zu verstehen, die Bewirtschaftung der natürlichen Ressourcen zu verbessern, bessere Politikmaßnahmen und Programme zur Gewährleistung der Ernährungssicherheit zu entwickeln und zur Umgestaltung der Nahrungsmittelsysteme im Sinne stärkerer Klimaresilienz beizutragen. Bei dieser Veranstaltung wurden zudem die Auswirkungen zweier politischer Empfehlungskataloge zum Thema Wasser und Klimawandel für die Ernährungssicherung und verbesserte Ernährung auf den Prüfstand gestellt.

Es wurde hervorgehoben, dass der Ausschuss für Welternährungssicherheit ein äußerst wichtiger und hilfreicher Mechanismus zur partnerschaftlichen Bewältigung globaler Fragen der Ernährungssicherheit unter Einbeziehung von Regierungen, Zivilgesellschaft und dem Privatsektor ist.

Er liefert eine wichtige Plattform für Multi-Akteurs-Foren als Beitrag zur Lösung bereichsübergreifender Herausforderungen wie der Klimaanpassung und den Auswirkungen von Wasserknappheit und -mangel auf die Ernährungssicherheit.

Es wurde daran erinnert, dass im Bericht der HLPE von 2015 eine ganze Reihe von Schnittstellen zwischen Wasser, Ernährungssicherheit und Ernährung enthalten sind und dabei auf die zentrale Bedeutung von Wasser für die schrittweise Verwirklichung des Rechts auf angemessene Nahrung verwiesen wird. Die Empfehlungen der HLPE haben sich als belangreich für die Ausgestaltung politischer Konzepte erwiesen, die bis heute relevant für die Bewältigung von Pandemien und des Klimanotstands sind.

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Moderator

Chris Hegadorn is a retired U.S. diplomat whose career included 25 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State and earlier positions with the U.S. Senate and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service. Based in Rome, Chris assumed the position of CFS Secretary in March 2019.

Keynote

He was first appointed as a Minister of State in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Department for International Development and Defra on 13 February 2020.

He was previously Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affais and at the Department for International Development from 10 September 2019 to 13 February 2020 and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and at the Department for International Development on 27 July 2019 and 10 September 2019.

Podiumsgäste

Mr. Thanawat Tiensin was elected Chair of CFS on October 18, 2019. Prior to his role as Permanent Representative of Thailand to the UN Agencies in Rome, Mr. Tiensin was a former Assistant Director General and Senior Expert on International Livestock Trade and Cooperation at Thailand’s Department of Livestock Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives. He has worked for international development programmes in various technical areas such as agriculture, livestock, food security and food safety, international trade, and capacity building of veterinary service related issues with FAO, ADB, APHCA, EU, IAEA, and OIE in several countries including DPR Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Nepal, and Thailand.

Dr. Müller is since April 2019 Director General for Forest, Sustainability and Renewable Resources of the German Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture (BMEL).
She has more than 35 years of professional experience in international forestry, with a focus on forest policy and sustainable forest resource management. From 2004 to 2018 she worked in leading positions with increasing responsibility at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome. As Director of Forestry Policy and Resources she led FAO’s technical work in Forestry.
From 2001 to 2004, she was Assistant Director for Reforestation and Forest Management at the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) based in Japan, where she was in charge of the organization’s forestry programs and projects.
During close to 11 years with the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) in Costa Rica she strengthened national initiatives for sustainable forest resource management.
Dr. Müller has a BSc in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Heidelberg in Germany, an MSc in Forestry from Yale University in the US and a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Hamburg in Germany.

Claudia Ringler is Deputy Division Director at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). A thought leader on water for food, she manages IFPRI’s Natural Resource Theme, co-leads the Institute’s water research program and is a flagship co-lead of the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). Her research focuses on global water and food security, gender-water and gender-climate change linkages and the synergies of climate change adaptation and mitigation. Claudia has a PhD in agricultural economics from University of Bonn and an MA in International Development Economics from Yale University.

Julienne Roux is an agricultural economist with over 15 years of experience working on water resources management and on the interconnections between agriculture and water. As Senior network specialist at the Global Water Partnership, she leads GWP global programmes on food and agriculture and on the water, food, energy, and ecosystems nexus, and she also supports the operations of the West Africa and Central Africa Regional water partnerships. Before joining GWP, she held different positions as public policy expert in France and as irrigation expert with the World Bank.

Andrea Cattaneo is a Senior Economist at FAO, leading the team that produces The State of Food and Agriculture, which is FAO’s flagship publication. He has over 25 years of experience in examining economic issues relating to development, food security, and climate change. In recent years his focus has been on migration, the role of rural-urban linkages in rural transformation, and food systems. He previously held positions at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the Woods Hole Research Center. Dr. Cattaneo has an extensive publication record in peer-reviewed journals spanning a range of topics. He has analyzed the welfare impacts of free trade agreements, written on issues of food security and barriers to innovation, designed innovative economic mechanisms for environmental programs, and studied the role of risk and uncertainty under climate change.

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