On September 16th, Finance for Biodiversity (F4B) and the Food System Economics Commission (FSEC) will be holding a virtual panel at 16:30BST to discuss the nexus between food and finance and explore possible pathways for global finance to support an effective transition to a sustainable food system. The panel will also discuss the findings of the Making Finance Work for Food report which was recently published by F4B and FSEC. To join:
Please register for the event by clicking on this link.
To read the F4B food-finance papers in full, click on the links below:
Making Finance Work for Food: Financing the Transition to a Sustainable Food System
This report describes the current state of the nexus between the global food and financial systems and explores how the two can be better aligned to deliver an inclusive, healthy, and environmentally sustainable food system. It maps out how global finance can be shaped to support the needed transition.
Food-Finance Nexus Literature Review
Based on over 400 institutional and academic publications, this literature review outlines the major ongoing debates on the Food-Finance Nexus and centralizes references to the most relevant publications. It is one of the most extensive reviews of the food-finance literature undertaken to date.