The COVID-19 pandemic is growing poverty and threatening food stuff protection. Governments all-around the environment have already invested more than $12 trillion to counteract the financial consequences of COVID-19. This financial commitment could add to development on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but first assessment implies that investments for economic restoration do not sufficiently deal with food stuff stability and sustainability, concentrating instead on quick financial worries.
This paper analyzes impacts from COVID-19 at the nexus of food items programs and the environment. It proposes methods for governments and intercontinental agencies to mitigate these impacts and advertise the resilience and sustainability of food stuff devices by means of policies and investments that
(i) account for environmental thresholds and trade-offs
(ii) advertise food items stability and balanced diets
(iii) increase and guard rural livelihoods
(iv) address the inequalities and injustices that have emerged as the environment grapples with this unprecedented obstacle.
The report is component of a collection developed to aid nations around the world build again additional sustainably from the pandemic. The initial report of the collection Making a Greener Restoration: Classes from the Excellent Economic downturn was introduced in October 2020.