技术平台的测量数据与减少粮食损失和浪费

CFS side event - Reducing Post-Harvest Losses in Agriculture: A Ceres2030 perspective: Combining a cost model and evidence synthesis to determine effective interventions to reduce post-harvest losses

14 Oct 2019 - 14 Oct 2019

Reducing food waste and loss are long-standing challenges undermining efforts to end hunger, improve farmer incomes, and promote sustainable production and consumption. Understanding where and why losses occur along the food chain is essential to effective policy interventions. For instance, storage is an important element in food security stability but getting stockholding wrong exacerbates waste and undermines farmers' prices. Addressing storage-related challenges requires more than just an understanding of recent technological advances. It also requires better-informed policy. That's where Ceres2030 makes a contribution. Ceres2030: sustainable solutions to end hunger, is a joint initiative of Cornell University, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).

Location: Rome