This process is being led by the AT5 leadership team: Chair Dr Saleemul Huq (ICCCAD), the Vice-Chairs Sandrine Dixson – Declève (Club of Rome) and Mike Khunga (SUN Youth Movement), the UN Anchor Agency – WFP, and members of the Scientific Group.
4 February 2021. UN Food Systems Summit Action Track 5 – Second Public Forum by UN Food Systems Summit.
Action Track 5 (AT5) – building resilience to vulnerabilities, shocks and stresses – is proposing actions to ensure that food systems, which are affected by conflict, environmental and economic shocks and stresses, can maintain functionality, recover from the effects of harmful events, and improve to a better-off state. These actions include a focus on “productive disruption” in the context of global challenges – such as the health pandemics, biodiversity loss and the global climate crisis.