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Conserving biodiversity for food and agriculture and promoting its use in support of global food security and sustainable development, for present and future generations

Biodiversity for food security and nutrition

Biodiversity for food and agriculture is among the Earth’s most important resources. Thousands of species and their genetic variability make up the web of life and are indispensable to adapt to new conditions, including climate change. The Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture is committed to conserving biodiversity for food and agriculture and promotes its sustainable use for food security and human well-being and development worldwide, for current and future generations.

Topics

  • World Food Day 2020
  • FAO DG QU Dongyu's video message for UN Summit on Biodiversity
  • The future of our food systems depends on biodiversity
  • Webinar on Climate smart agriculture and biodiversity: Pathway towards a thriving society
  • Webinar on the status and prospects of the 2020 Targets
  • Fondazione FICO: Biodiversità ritorna al futuro
  • International Day of Forests 2020: Forests and Biodiversity
  • Conserving and using biodiversity for food security
  • Without biodiversity we wouldn’t have the food we eat today! But it's disappearing before our eyes
  • The United Nations warns against the dangers that surround biodiversity