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World Food Prize Side Event | Building More Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems for Improved Global Food Security and Nutrition (Oct 15) - Shared screen with speaker view
Melanie Miller Foster
39:13
Melanie Miller Foster, Global Teach Ag Network and Penn State University
Nichola Dyer
39:27
Greetings all from Washington DC
Minerva Delgado
39:29
Hello! Minerva Delgado, Alliance to End Hunger
Stephanie Lomibao
39:38
Stephanie Lomibao - Bank of America
Kate Keresztes
39:40
My name is Kate Keresztes and I am a New York State student delegate to the Global Youth Institute
Gary Burniske
39:41
Hi Rob: Nice to be at this exciting event!
Gena Perry
39:42
Gena Perry, World Initiative for Soy in Human Health, based in St. Louis, MO
Krish Thayalan
39:43
Krish Thayalan, Second Harvest (Toronto, Canada)
Tanuja Rastogi
39:59
Tanuja Rastogi, Bread for the World Institute, DC
Shavanna Burt-Miller
40:00
From UF/IFAS Extension Orlando Fl
Pradip Dey
40:10
Good evening from India!
Brady Deaton
40:12
Hi Rob,
Nagwa Konda
40:18
Greeting from Nairobi
Sintha Santosa
40:19
Greetings from Indonesia! Zero Hunger Challenge Course - University of Missouri
Elisabeth Ward
40:21
Hello! Elisabeth Ward, North Carolina State University and Global Youth Institute group leader!
Ayalneh Bogale
40:23
Ayalneh Bogale, Climate Change and Agriculture Specialist
Julie Howard
40:49
Julie Howard, Center for Strategic and International Studies - Washington - hi everyone!
Nichola Dyer
41:02
Hi Tanuja, hi Julie!
Brad Kinsinger
41:12
Brad Kinsinger in Waterloo, Iowa, USA. Global Teach Ag Network and the Global Agriculture Learning Center at Hawkeye Community College
Bob Tansey
41:19
Greetings! Bob Tansey, Global Policy Lead, Degraded Lands and Restoration, The Nature Conservancy, rtansey@tnc.org
Brady Deaton
41:36
Hi Rob and others, good to be with you at this session. Always great to see such a wonderful line up of speakers/panelists. Brady Deaton
Uzo Achebe
41:49
Hello! Uzo Achebe from International Fund for Agricultural Development
Michele McNabb
42:08
Hello from Michele McNabb, Winrock International, looking forward to hearing from all!
AMADOU Mahamadou Laouali
42:45
Hello from AMADOU M. Laouali, Land Restoration Country Coordinator, CRS Niger
Steven Brunn
42:57
Steve Brunn, also Winrock International, from Minneapolis
Marc Albertsen
43:14
Greetings all. Marc Albertsen, Philanthropic Pillar Lead, Corteva Agriscience.
FAO North America
43:20
Vimlendra Sharan is Director of the FAO Liaison Office for North America. Mr. Sharan brings with him more than two decades of national and international government leadership experience focusing on rural development, agriculture and food security issues. Mr Sharan has worked with the Indian Government extensively in rural and tribal areas of Maharashtra and has also been actively involved in agriculture and food policy formulation working with the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare in New Delhi. He comes to Washington from his previous posting as Permanent Representative of India to the Rome based UN Agencies where he served as the Vice President of the Word Food Programme (WFP) Executive Board, Chairman of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Evaluation Committee, Asia Group representative on FAO Programme Committee, and a member of the FAO Council. Mr Sharan holds a degree in Economics from University of Delhi, India and a MBA in Public Policy from University of Birmingham, UK.
Robert Haggerty
43:24
Hello, all. Bob Haggerty, University of Idaho.
Bridget Aidam
43:38
Hello, Bridget Aidam Action Against Hunger USA based in Washington DC. Looking forward to hearing from the panelist
Sarah Schwartz
44:01
Sarah Schwartz, ADM Institute for the Prevention of Postharvest Loss at the University of Illinois
FAO North America
44:08
Feel free to introduce yourself and share your comments and relevant links in the chat box. Please use the Q & A box to ask your questions, stating to whom your question is directed to and please state your affiliation. The webinar will also be livestreamed on Twitter @FAONorthAmerica. To join the conversation use #FoodPrize20 & #FoodSystems.Read the speakers bios here: http://bit.ly/Oct15Bios
Bipul Borah
44:38
Greetings everyone! Bipul Borah, Twinings
rita buyse
45:50
Hello from Belgium - Rita Buyse, agro broker
Mary Ann Macaoay
47:02
Hello from the Philippines! Mary Ann Macaoay
Barbara Shubinski
50:11
Hello from the Rockefeller Archive Center in New York, where the records of the Rockefeller and Ford Foundations, as well as related CG institutions, are held!
Pradip Dey
50:47
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FAO North America
51:00
Our moderator today is Rob Bertram, Chief Scientist in USAIDโ€™s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, where he serves as a key adviser on a range of technical and program issues to advance global food security and nutrition. In this role, he leads USAIDโ€™s evidence-based efforts to advance research, technology and implementation in support of the U.S. Governmentโ€™s global hunger and food security initiative, Feed the Future. He previously served as Director of the Office of Agricultural Research and Policy in the Bureau for Resilience and Food Security. Prior to that, he guided USAID investments in agriculture and natural resources research for many years. Before coming to USAID, he served with USDA's international programs as well as overseas with the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) system. Dr. Bertramโ€™s academic background in plant breeding and genetics includes degrees from University of California, Davis, the University of Minnesota and the University of Maryland. He also
FAO North America
52:48
David Beckmann is Founder of the Alliance to End Hunger โ€“ also President Emeritus of Bread for the World and a World Food Prize Laureate. David is a leader in Believers for Biden, and he has just been appointed a Joint Fellow of the Goldman School of Public Policy and the Church Divinity School of the Pacific.
FAO North America
54:05
You are tuned into the World Food Prize side event โ€œBuilding More Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems for Improved Global Food Security and Nutritionโ€ co-hosted by FAO North America and the Alliance to End Hunger. Feel free to introduce yourself and share your comments and relevant links in the chat box. Please use the Q & A box to ask your questions, stating to whom your question is directed to and please state your affiliation. The webinar will also be livestreamed on Twitter @FAONorthAmerica. To join the conversation use #FoodPrize20 & #FoodSystems.Read the speaker bios here: http://bit.ly/Oct15Bios
Paula Latasa
54:34
Greeting from Central Oregon! Working towards local food systems, permaculture and regenerative agriculture.
Pradip Dey
57:44
Thank you David for great reflection......yes, agri-investment is important to build back better๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
FAO North America
58:03
Barbara Stinson assumed leadership of the World Food Prize Foundation in January 2020 having previously served as a co-founder and Senior Partner of the Meridian Institute. Ms. Stinson has more than 30 years of experience in environmental public policy and business management. Ms. Stinson has led programs focused on innovative approaches to agricultural development, alternative energy development, ecosystem restoration, air-quality management, natural resource management, and low level radioactive waste disposal. Since 2011, Ms. Stinson directed the Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA). She earned a masterโ€™s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts in environmental conservation from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Gabriel Laizer
58:16
I am always inspired by the Rev. D. Beckmann and for his call for action. Thank you for your leadership, even in retirement.
FAO North America
01:03:25
The 2020 World Food Prize Laureate, Dr. Rattan Lal serves as the Distinguished University Professor of Soil Science and founding Director of the Carbon Management & Sequestration Center at The Ohio State University (OSU). From his humble beginnings as a refugee growing up on a small subsistence farm in India, his determination to learn and succeed in school propelled him to become one of the worldโ€™s foremost soil scientists. His pioneering research on the restoration of soil health in Africa, Asia and Latin America led to revelations that impacted agricultural yields, natural resource conservation and climate change mitigation. The agricultural practices Lal advocated are now at the heart of efforts to improve agriculture systems in the tropics and globally. Dr. Lalโ€™s innovative research demonstrated how healthy soils are a crucial component of sustainable agricultural intensification โ€“ enabling higher crop yields, while requiring less land, agrochemicals, tillage, water and energy. His work has been pivotal
Pradip Dey
01:04:29
Thank you Barbara for being so thoughtful......yes, trying to uncover and bring together all facets of sustainability is the need of the hour๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
Pradip Dey
01:04:56
Welcome Prof. Lal๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
Lidan Du
01:11:02
yes, no more produce more and waste more.
Lidan Du
01:11:27
Would Prof. Lal's slide be made available for public?
Lidan Du
01:11:42
slides*
Sintha Santosa
01:12:49
Yes, I would like to have a copy of his slides if it is possible
FAO North America
01:13:17
The webinar is being livestreamed on Twitter @FAONorthAmerica. A recording will be shared will all participants. https://www.pscp.tv/w/1eaJbzNaPYjJX
Brady Deaton
01:13:35
Those slides are rich in content. I do hope they are available.
Ibukunoluwa Adedeji
01:13:42
Hello everyone! Glad to here and enjoying every bit of the lecture - Ibukunoluwa Adedeji from Nigeria
Barbara Stinson, President, the World Food Prize Foundation
01:14:21
World Food Prize will be pleased to post the PPT on our website today! Under our Laureate's page...
FAO North America
01:14:25
Please use the Q & A box to ask questions, stating to whom your question is directed to and please state your affiliation.
Sintha Santosa
01:15:43
Thank you so much!
Lidan Du
01:16:59
Thank you very much. Lidan Du, Food and Nutrition Division, FAO, Rome
Max Johansen
01:17:49
will this presentation powerpoint be available for download somewhere?
FAO North America
01:18:26
Feel free to use the Q & A box to ask questions, stating to whom your question is directed to and please state your affiliation.The webinar is being livestreamed on Twitter @FAONorthAmerica. https://www.pscp.tv/w/1eaJbzNaPYjJXThe World Food Prize will post the Dr. Rattan Lalโ€™s slides at the following page. https://www.worldfoodprize.org/en/laureates/2020_lal/Follow the conversation on Twitter using #FoodPrize20 & #FoodSystems.Read the speakers bios here: http://bit.ly/Oct15Bios
Kakha NADIRADZE
01:18:48
https://www.wfp.org/publications/hunger-map-2020
Nichola Dyer
01:19:47
Applause!
Pradip Dey
01:19:53
Congrats Prof. Rattan Lal......Thanks for your profound insight.......indeed, human health is the fingerprint of soil health๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
Stephanie Lomibao
01:20:08
wonderful.
Gary Burniske
01:20:30
Prof Rattan - A powerful presentation. Thank you!
FAO North America
01:20:35
Maximo Torero Cullen is the Chief Economist of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). He joined the Organization in January 2019 as Assistant Director-General for the Economic and Social Development Department. Prior to joining FAO, he was the World Bank Group Executive Director for Argentina, Bolivia, Chile Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay since November 2016 and before the Bank Mr. Torero led the Division of the Markets, Trade, and Institutions at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). His major research work lies mostly in analyzing poverty, inequality, importance of geography and assets (private or public) in explaining poverty, and in policies oriented towards poverty alleviation based on the role played by infrastructure, institutions, and on how technological breakthroughs (or discontinuities) can improve the welfare of households and small farmers. His experience encompasses Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia.
Kakha NADIRADZE
01:22:16
My personal Congratulations to you Dear Dr. Rathan LAL, Kakha NADIRADZE AFRD Georgia
Jitendra Srivastava
01:26:52
Prof. Rattan Lal's comprehensive presentation was an eye opener to consider soil health as the basis to promote food system and tackle hunger issues in a holistic way at global level. V Rajagopal President Society for Hunger Elimination (SHE) Tirupati, India.
FAO North America
01:27:13
Please state your affiliation and to whom your question is directed to in the Q & A box. Thank you!
Pradip Dey
01:29:43
Thank you Maximo for your excellent reflection.......yes, we need to think differently about access to food......achieving systemic resilience is the need of the hour๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
FAO North America
01:29:43
Lawrence Haddad is the Executive Director of GAIN. Prior to this, Lawrence was the founding co-chair & lead author of the Global Nutrition Report from 2014-2016. From 2004 to 2014, Lawrence was the Director of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). Before joining IDS in 2004, he was Director of the Food Consumption and Nutrition Division at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) from 1994-2004. From 2009 to 2010, he was the UK representative on the Steering Committee of the High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE) of the UN Committee on World Food Security (CSF). From 2010-2012, he was the President of the UK and Irelandโ€™s Development Studies Association. An economist, Lawrence completed his PhD in Food Research at Stanford University in 1988. In June 2018, the World Food Prize Foundation awarded the 2018 World Food Prize to Lawrence Haddad, & David Nabarro, former Special Adviser to the UN Secretary General.
FAO North America
01:31:12
The World Food Prize will post Dr. Rattan Lalโ€™s slides at the following page: https://www.worldfoodprize.org/en/laureates/2020_lal/
Kate Keresztes
01:35:29
The FAO/IFPRI discussion on the SOFI report in July was certainly enlightening and horrifying!
Pradip Dey
01:37:54
Thank you Lawrence for your great reflection.......yes, balancing demands of consumers and investors through appropriate public policy with provision of safety net and gender equity is the need of the hour๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
Bridget Aidam
01:41:19
Thank you so much Lawrence, we have to keep advocating to ensure the most vulnerable get the access needed to safe nutritious and diverse diets that supports optimal growth๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
FAO North America
01:52:05
Learn more about the Food Systems Dashboard https://foodsystemsdashboard.org/
Paula Latasa
01:56:09
Oregon has a very active Extension Service that offers a tremendous amount of resources for home gardening and cooking with whole foods.
Bonnie McClafferty
01:58:08
What do we know about toxicity in urban soils? How do we balance urban agriculture with healthy food production in the cities while keeping price low?
Gabriel Laizer
01:58:20
Thank you Dr. Lal for your support for composting.
FAO North America
01:59:21
Martin Frick is the Deputy to the Special Envoy for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021 at United Nations. Prior to this appointment, he served as the Senior Director Policy and Programme Coordination at UNFCCC. He has previously served as the Director of the Climate, Energy and Tenure Division at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Representative of Germany to the International Organizations in-country, including the Secretariats of the UN Convention to Combat Climate Change (UNFCCC), and the UN Convention to Combat desertification (UNCCD). He has PhD in Law from Regensburg University, and a diploma in International Relations from Science Po Strasbourg. He was a senior fellow at Demos, New York as well as a guest lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
FAO North America
01:59:37
https://www.un.org/en/food-systems-summit
Pradip Dey
02:05:31
Thank you Martin for your profound insight.......indeed, nature based solution is the key๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘
Pradip Dey
02:06:28
Thank you FAO Liaison Office for North America for organising such a thought provoking session.......thank you Rob for great moderation.......thank you Vimlendra and team from FAO Liaison Office of North America๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘.....Thank you all.....Stay safe, healthy and blessed
FAO North America
02:07:44
Follow @foodsystems @agnes_kalibata @cmfrick for updates of the UN Food System Summit 2021 on twitter
Mary Ann Macaoay
02:07:51
Big thank you to all panelists and the FAO North America for organizing this event. Congratulations!
Gary Burniske
02:09:25
Thanks, Rob for a great job moderating this tremendous panel!
Robert Haggerty
02:09:50
Thank you for this outstanding and stimulating event!
FAO North America
02:09:52
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Kiera Crowley
02:09:55
Thank you so much to all the panelists - a very inspiring session!
Susan Debaene-Gill
02:09:56
Congratulations Dr Lal! Thanks to all for a fabulous, important discussion!
Lawrence Haddad,CEO of GAIN and 2018 World Food Prize Laureate
02:09:56
thank you everyone for tuning inโ€ฆ keep fighting to end hunger and malnutrition
stineke oenema
02:09:58
wonderful, thanks a lot for this excellent event!
Bipul Borah
02:09:59
Thank you!
Kate Keresztes
02:10:18
Thank you so very much for such a great session and for answering my questions!
Paula Latasa
02:10:34
Bravo to all panelists. Thank you for your work and time.