THE FOOD SECURITY-CLIMATE CHANGE NEXUS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
Climate change is severely affecting agricultural productivity, food production and natural resource availability, jeopardizing food systems and rural livelihoods in many countries. The Forum seeks to reach a common understanding on the nexus between food security and climate change throughout the Mediterranean considering the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability.
• What are the complex and intertwined relations between the environment and food systems?
• How do development cooperation actors tackle the challenge of climate change while boosting rural and agricultural development?
- Emanuela DEL RE, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
- Maurizio RAELI, Director, CIHEAM Bari
- UGO TRAMBALLI, Senior Advisor, ISPI
- Grammenos MASTROJENI, Deputy Secretary General, Union for the Mediterranean
- Ayman ABU HADID, Professor, Ain Shams University Cairo and former Minister of Agriculture of Egypt
- Wafaa DIKAH HAMZE, Former Minister and Senior Advisor to the Minister of Agriculture of Lebanon
- Valeria EMMI, Advocacy Coordinator, CESVI
- Demetrio INNOCENTI, Simplified Approval Process Manager, Green Climate Fund
- Alexander JONES, Director of Climate and Environment Division, FAO
- Luca MAESTRIPIERI, Director, Italian Agency for Development Cooperation
- Stefano MANSERVISI, Former Director General, Former Ambassador, European Commission
- Antonio NAVARRA, President, CMCC/Italian Focal Point, IPCC
- Miriam TRAORE CHAZALNOEL, Senior Specialist in Migration, Environment and Climate Change, IOM
- Giovanni TULA, Head of Sustainability, Enel Green Power
- Paolo LONGO, RAI Journalist
- Giorgio MARRAPODI, Director General for Development Cooperation, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation