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Soil health to be part of COP27 Food Systems Pavilion

CIFOR-ICRAF joins other leading international organisations to put food on the table at COP27

Over fifteen leading international food organisations have joined forces to host the first ever Food Systems Pavilion at the upcoming United Nations 27th Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

The Coalition of Action for Soil Health (CA4SH), co-founded by CIFOR-ICRAF, will be part of the Pavilion, championing the role of soil health and land restoration in healthy, sustainable, and equitable food systems for all. CA4SH, which has over 100 members, aims to improve soil health globally by addressing critical implementation, monitoring, policy, and investment barriers that constrain farmers from adapting and scaling healthy soil practices.

Other participating organisations include co-hosts Clim-Eat, Coalition of Action for Soil Health (CA4SH)EIT Food, Environmental Defense Fund, FOLUGood Food Institute, InfarmSNV and Yara International; session partners Aleph FarmsFood Tank, Just Rural Transition, One Acre Fund and Rabobank; and supporting partners World Farmers’ OrganisationWorld Food ForumYPARDIAAS World and YOUNGO.

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