“Feeding Europe in a Changing Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Food Systems Transformation”, the fourth Food Systems Talk, is jointly organized by the Issue-based Coalition on Sustainable Food Systems (IBC-SFS) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
This episode of the Food Systems Talk will feature an interview with Mr. Claude Haagen, Minister of Agriculture, Viticulture and Rural Development of Luxembourg, and Dr. Elena Mateescu, Director of the National Meteorological Administration from Romania, to shed light on the intricate relationship between climate and food systems.
The two perspectives will help us bridge the gap between policy and scientific understanding, showcasing the importance of collaboration and informed decision-making.
The Minister of Agriculture from Luxembourg will provide valuable insights into the policy perspective of the climate-food systems nexus. His extensive experience and leadership in shaping agricultural policies provided us with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the face of climate change.
The Director of the National Meteorological Administration from Romania, with her scientific-technical perspective, will delve into the intricate details of how climate impacts food systems, highlighting the crucial role of meteorology and climate science in our efforts to build sustainable food systems.
Mr. Claude Haagen and Dr. Elena Mateescu will be interviewed by Dr. Kornelia Radics, Director of the WMO Regional Office for Europe.