In the race to achieve SDG Target 12.3, to halve food loss and waste by 2030, we find ourselves at a pivotal juncture: while commitments and milestones exist, it is evident that transformative change is needed to drive action at scale. National strategies are a critical tool for understanding why, where and how food is lost or wasted and unearthing key solutions to address the issue.
Different countries have different strategies at varying degrees of development, but what is critical, as we look ahead to COP28, is learning from them, bringing key gaps and challenges to light, and scrutinizing what national action to tackle food loss and waste looks like in practice.
This webinar will offer a deep-dive into the components and execution of national strategies to tackle food loss and waste. Panelists will share insights into what constitutes an effective strategy, highlight key stakeholders in their development and implementation, and showcase how national action is unfolding in different countries around the world. Drawing on case study insights from Ethiopia and Indonesia, speakers will share learnings, best practices and solutions for achieving SDG Target 12.3.