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CLIFF-GRADS webinar series session 3: Mitigating climate change through reduced food loss and waste.

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This introductory presentation was given on 9 July 2019 by Lini Wollenberg. It set the scene for session 3 of the CLIFF-GRADS webinar series. This session focused on food loss and waste. Other presentations included an overview of a new FLW emissions calculator by Jan Broeze (Wageningen University & Research) as well as several prestentations by CLIFF-GRADS students of their current research.
A recording of the webinar can be found on CCAFS youtube channel: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security.

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CLIFF-GRADS webinar series session 3: Mitigating climate change through reduced food loss and waste.

  1. 1. Session 3 Mitigating climate change through reduced food loss and waste CLIFF-GRADS webinar series Funded by USAID and CCAFS
  2. 2. Agenda Topic Presenter Affiliations Duration, Start time (EDT) Introduction to CCAFS and CGIAR Why food loss and waste? Lini Wollenberg CCAFS, University of Vermont 5 8:00 The Food Loss and Waste Calculator and how it can be used to mitigate climate change Jan Broeze WUR, CCAFS 30 8:05 Effects of organic matter soil amendments on population dynamics of Aspergillus flavus and its natural antagonists; and on groundnut aflatoxin contamination in Malawi Norah Titiya Machinjiri Haramaya University, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) 3 8:35 Understanding smallholder farmers' storage habits in Malawi Tabitha NINDI Purdue University, Malawi University of Science and Technology 3 8:38 Characterize digestate option with different combinations of available waste, including yield impacts, methane, and soil-based emissions Laura HOLGUIN Technical University of Dresden, International Centre of Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) Discussion facilitated by Jan Broeze 10 8:44 BREAK 10 8:54
  3. 3. Quantifying GHG emissions of agrifood chain and associated food loss and food waste in China: an input-output analysis Li Xue Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Southern Denmark 3 9:05 Evidence base for the mitigation of nitrous oxide emission from reduced food loss and waste in China and Myanmar Xia Lang The University of Melbourne, Hokkaido University 3 9:08 Measure FLW reduction and associated emission reductions of Brazilian entrepreneurship initiatives in fruits and vegetables that do not meet retail aesthetic standards Daniele Eckert Matzembacher Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 3 9:11 Discussion facilitated by Jan Broeze 15 9:14 Bali Conference: Original research on food loss and waste at Global Climate-Smart Agriculture conference – methodology, messaging, and planning i. GHG footprint of lunch diet choices ii. Food loss and waste estimates Jan Broeze 25 9:30
  4. 4. Participation • Please use video • Use the chat box to enter questions • If you are having any trouble hearing you can also use the chat box
  5. 5. CGIAR: An international agricultural research consortium Mission: Food security and poverty alleviation 15 centers, 70 regional offices Plus partner organizations
  6. 6. CCAFS Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security Research Program of the CGIAR (CCAFS) • 200 + scientists in 20+ countries • Research for development outcomes
  7. 7. 1. Climate-smart technologies, practices, and portfolios 3. Low emissions development 4. Policies and institutions for climate- resilient food systems 2. Climate information services and climate-informed safety nets
  8. 8. Why do we need better FLW and mitigation data? • Calibrating to LED • Emerging green economy • Weakens position at global climate talk Low-emissions development solutions NDCs and Global negotiations Climate finance: NAMAS NAMA: Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action. Policies and actions undertaken by a country to reduce GHG emissions. May be nationally financed, or country may seek external funding. NDC: Nationally Determined Contribution [to the UNFCCC Paris Agreement]
  9. 9. 9 Gromko et al. 2019 http://cgspace.cgiar.org/rest/bitstrea ms/165483/retrieve http://cgspace.cgiar.org/res t/bitstreams/145549/retriev e CCAFS FLW leader

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