This report from the Global Alliance for the Future of Food presents 14 case studies of countries that have incorporated food systems into their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) towards meeting the climate goals of the Paris Agreement. It finds that most of the 14 countries have focused their climate efforts on food production as opposed to other parts of the food system such as diet, waste, processing and transport. Many of the assessed NDCs emphasise agroecology and regenerative agriculture as well as ecosystem protection. While many NDCs discuss food systems resilience in the face of climate change, few have put concrete adaptation measures in place.
Read the full report, Untapped Opportunities for Climate Action: An Assessment of Food Systems in Nationally Determined Contributions, here or here (PDF link). See also the TABLE explainer How can we reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions?