Leveraging shared passion for sustainability to nurture collaboration in international trade

Friday, Dec 01, 2023

In October the Global Forum on Farm Policy Innovation (GFFPI), was hosted at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) headquarters in Paris. This first-of-its-kind partnership between the Farm Foundation, the Australian Farm Institute, the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute, and the Forum for the Future of Agriculture served as a melting pot of ideas and expertise. The event’s primary focus was to leverage our shared passion for sustainability to nurture collaboration in international trade. By bringing together diverse stakeholders, GFFPI aimed to foster innovative policies and practices, driving the agenda of sustainable development through international trade in the global agri-food economy.

In October 2023, Dr. Trey Malone, the 2023 Farm Foundation Agricultural Economics Fellow and an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at the University of Arkansas, attended the workshop and in their Perspectives guest blog series, Farm Foundation invited him to contribute to this guest blog.

You can read his perspective by clicking here or on the link below.

Perspective: Leveraging Shared Passion for Sustainability to Nurture Collaboration in International Trade

A version of this blog from the Farm Foundation first ran in the November 23, 2023, issue of Farm Institute Insights, a publication of the Australian Farm Institute. It is reposted with permission.

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