G20 agriculture ministers meet in Buenos Aires to address food and farming challenges
With the goal of sustainably meeting the growing demand for food, participants will seek a common path to boost the impact of their current policies.
G20 agriculture ministers begin this Friday in Buenos Aires a two day meeting to draw up a roadmap to achieve a sustainable food future, one of the three priorities of the Argentine G20 presidency. These include comprehensive and responsible soil management, food waste reduction and the role of technology in agriculture.
The event follows on the Thursday meeting of Agriculture Deputies at the San Martín Palace, the ceremonial seat of Argentina’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and will bring together agriculture ministers and representatives from international organizations.