Almost a year ago, the Food Systems Dashboard, the first dashboard that collects country-level data across all components of the food system, was launched. Today, the Dashboard contains over 200 indicators that measure components, drivers, and outcomes of food systems at the country level.
With the UN Food Systems Summit and the 2030’s SDGs rapidly approaching, it is essential for policymakers to gain in-depth insights into the challenges and opportunities facing countries and their food systems. The Dashboard is the global repository of easily accessible and visualizable cross-discipline data allowing users to gain the insights they need.
During this Interview Cruncher we will take a closer look to the Dashboard, the Countdown Report, their relevance for the UN Food Systems Summit, the new environment indicators, and Member States takes from Germany and Guatemala, while discussing on the way forward and new plans to ensure countries can gain better ownership of the presented data.
- Dr. Kate Schneider, Senior Research Data Analyst, Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University
- Ty Beal, Research Advisor, Knowledge Leadership, GAIN
- Roseline Remans, Senior Scientist, Multifunctional landscapes, The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT
- Dr Olutayo Adeyemi, Independent Nutrition Consultant, Nigeria
- Lawrence Haddad, Executive Director, GAIN