Ian Scoones, PASTRES (Pastoralism, Uncertainty and Resilience: Global Lessons from the Margins), 8 January 2021
2021 is going to be an important year for international affairs. In a few days, the US finally rejoins the international community under the Biden administration; in May China hosts the Biodiversity COP in Kunming; around June the G7 meeting is held under the UK presidency; in September the UN Food Systems Summit will be hosted by the UN Secretary General and in November the delayed Climate COP26 will kick off in Glasgow. Although not top of the agenda, all these events will affect the debate about livestock, climate change and biodiversity.
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