Climate initiative

We are headed for a catastrophic temperature rise of 3 to 5 degrees Celsius this century. Making peace with nature is the defining task of the 21st century.” - Antonio Guterres, 2021

78% of Italian Population is concerned about climate change, of whom 44% is fearful. – 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer

Ice loss of the last few decades is five times higher than the past.  – World Glacier Monitoring Service

The Climate Initiative catalyzes pro-planet transformation through empowerment of Climate Shapers, industry leaders, and communities to implement actionable initiatives.


The time to move towards a more climate-resilient future is now, as the signs of global warming are evident in every area of the planet. Glaciers melting, rise of global sea levels, higher risks for desertification, and decrease in agricultural productivity are only some of the most visible consequences of prolonged and unsustainable growth. The climate crisis we are currently witnessing is so complex that no one single approach can mitigate it.

It calls for an integrated approach that combines several innovative technologies and conservation measures to be applied.  For this reason, combating climate change not only requires rethinking the whole agrifood supply chain, but also training programs, innovation projects, and plans to build international communities that are aware of and ready to act on climate change.

Food for climate league

In partnership with Google Food, the Future Food Institute helped to launch the Food for Climate League, a US-based organization working to create a new narrative about food and climate, to democratize the sustainability of food systems and to allow us to address the climate crisis, one bite at a time.

Food For Earth G20 Edition

In parallel to the G20 policy sessions in 2021, the Future Food Institute, in partnership with FAO, organized a series of side events focused on the relationship between food and climate. 

This comprehensive series following the ministerial meetings for Education, Climate, and Foreign Affairs worked to promote sustainable development worldwide, and to demonstrate the commitment to protect the environment and minimize risks to climate, health, and biodiversity. 

Climate research

Integral Regeneration

Regeneration is either collective, or it simply is not. This is directly linked to the power of integrity, both at the political and individual levels.

Climate Smart Eating

Each food has a different ecological footprint. This means that through our food choices and diets, we can contribute to worsen or mitigate the effects of climate change.