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#deepweb | Transforming Food Systems Under a Changing Climate – Financing the transformation of food systems under a changing climate: key messages – World

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Citation

Millan A. 2019. Financing the transformation of food systems under a changing climate: key messages. Wageningen, the Netherlands: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).

**Permanent link to cite or share this item: **https://hdl.handle.net/10568/105874

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The global food system will need to produce food more efficiently and sustainably to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and meet the 2°C climate commitments of the Paris Agreement. As climate change affects food systems, governments, food and agriculture companies, and public and private investors need to better identify and address the numerous climate- related risks they face. This can also be an inflection point to take advantage of new investment opportunities that the transformation to low-carbon and resilient food systems presents. Climate-smart investments to transform food systems, however, are not yet at scale. This will require addressing core market failures to unlocking private sector financing from food and agriculture companies, domestic and international financial institutions, and specialized investors. Whilst this paper highlights the clear need and role for the former, it explores in greater depth innovative strategies to address the core market failures of the latter: 1) lack of deep pipeline of bankable projects, today; 2) high investment risk and lack of primary data/information asymmetries; and 3) lack of intermediation to efficiently connect different pools of capital to investment. Against this backdrop, CCAFS and its partners highlight a diverse set of policy options, innovative financial solutions, and strategies for how government, food and agriculture companies, public and private donors and investors can support the transformation to low-carbon and resilient food systems.

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Europol report: Emerging technologies, cyber world transforming future of organized crime

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Technology is transforming organized criminal activity through a “crime-as-a-service business model” in which individual criminal entrepreneurs provide their knowledge, experience and expertise on a project basis, the European Union’s law enforcement agency said in a March 2 report, looking at future trends in this area. While this “criminal dynamic market” exists within the cybercrime world, it’s creeping into “traditional” organized crime – and into areas such as drug trafficking, illegal immigration and counterfeit goods, according to the Europol report. “In this fragmented and global criminal market criminal actors will engage in ‘co-opetition’, which sees competing actors interact or cooperate in the ad hoc pursuit of criminal opportunities,” the report said. The report is a first from Europol in terms of predicting what the future of organized crime in the EU will look like – particularly new developments in how it will operate, changes in its structure and shifts in criminal markets. “Looking ahead will enable us to better allocate resources, plan operational activities and engage with policy- and law-makers to prevent certain types of crimes from emerging,” wrote Europol director Rob Wainwright in the report’s introduction. Criminal activities are being enabled through secure online platforms that provide anonymity and easy communications. In fact, the report said that […]

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