By Derrick Broze, TheLastAmericanVagabond.com
The United Nations recently held the Food Systems Summit with a focus on transforming the global food systems, but activists and farmers are exposing the summit as an attempt at corporate colonization of the food supply.
On September 23, the United Nations held the Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) during the UN General Assembly in New York with a focus on how to transform worldwide food systems. The event – nicknamed “The People’s Summit” by the UN – is the latest effort to align international governmental policy with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the 2030 Agenda.
The UN Food Systems Summit was announced by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as a part of the Decade of Action for achieving the SDGs by 2030. The Summit has been promoted as the result of multiple years of dialogues between stakeholders at all levels in order to leverage the “interconnectedness of food systems to global challenges such as hunger, climate change, poverty and inequality”. ... Continue reading >>>