MEDIA ADVISORY: Smallholder Farmers and Small Business Can Spark Regenerative Food Revolution at COP28


Nigerian woman is smiling in a red hijab, with seeds held in her open palms against lush green fields in the background.

TechnoServe, the global organization that pioneered business solutions to create sustainable pathways out of poverty, will be at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai to emphasize the importance of collective action to spark a regenerative food revolution.

Agri-food systems are currently responsible for one-third of global emissions and will be an important area of focus at COP28, which is being hailed as the “Food COP.” TechnoServe will emphasize the need to build credibility, increase capacity, and align contexts at scale.

Who  TechnoServe experts at COP28 and available for media interviews:
Will Warshauer, CEO 
Katarina Kahlmann, Chief Program Officer 
Kindra Halvorson, Chief Transformation Officer
Mefthe Tadesse, East Africa Regional Director  
What Background and on the record commentary on regenerative agriculture, agri-food systems, smallholder farmers and small-business entrepreneurs, public-private interventions, ground-up solutions.  
TechnoServe’s COP28 call to action 
Where In person at COP28, Dubai  
When November 30 – December 12, 2023
Media Contacts Trishna Gurung | | +1 2027474278 | -4 GM
Nick Rosen || +1 2029379246 | -4 GMT



About TechnoServe

Founded in 1968, TechnoServe is a leader in harnessing the power of the private sector to help people lift themselves out of poverty for good. A non-profit organization working in 30 countries, we work with people to build a better future through regenerative farms, businesses, and markets that increase incomes. Our vision is a sustainable world where all people in low-income communities have the opportunity to prosper.

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