A summit exploring solutions to accelerate investment in and support agriculture and food systems innovation for climate action through climate-smart aquatic food production systems.

Date: Monday-Wednesday, 8-10 May 2023

The Summit, supported by Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR), is a premier global event “for the partners, by the partners” that will provide a game-changing platform for AIM for Climate partners, including policymakers, industry leaders, civil society groups and scientists and researchers, to drive rapid and transformative climate action and raise ambition and amplify their work in climate-smart agriculture and food systems innovation.

On Tuesday, 9 May 2023, from 11:00-12:30 (EDT), the UK Government and CGIAR will co-convene the Agriculture Breakthrough Ministerial as part of the US-hosted AIM for Climate Summit in Washington DC. Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Minister of State in the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, will chair the event. All government delegations attending the AIM for Climate Summit are warmly invited to attend. 

Click here to register to participate in the event

(Please register here by Friday, 28 April 2023)

The Breakthrough Agenda, launched by 45 world leaders at COP26, is an international plan to coordinate and strengthen collective climate action year-on-year to dramatically scale and speed up the deployment of clean technologies and drive down costs. It is focused on international action to accelerate technologies and solutions that “make climate-resilient, sustainable agriculture the most attractive and widely adopted option for all food producers by 2030.

This is in line with WorldFish's recent collaboration with the UK Government on the Asia-Africa BlueTech Superhighway, supported through the UK’s Climate and Ocean Adaptation and Sustainable Transition (COAST) program under the umbrella Blue Planet Fund (BPF). The WorldFish-led program targets improved livelihoods for 300,000 people in Africa and Asia’s vulnerable fisheries and aquaculture sectors, many of whom are women.

Stay up to date with the latest information by following WorldFish and the hashtag #aquaticfoods to join the dialogue on Twitter. 

We look forward to your active participation.

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