Rydym yn undeb o ffermwyr, cynhyrchwyr, coedwigwyr a phobl sy’n gweithio ar y tir sydd â’r nod o wella bywoliaeth ein haelodau a chreu gwell system o ddefnyddio bwyd a’r tir i bawb.
Rydym yn gweithio tuag at ddyfodol lle gall cynhyrchwyr weithio ag urddas i ennill bywoliaeth deg, a lle gall bawb gael mynediad at fwyd, tanwydd a ffibrau lleol, iachus a fforddiadwy; system fwyd a defnydd tir sy’n seiliedig ar agro-ecoleg a sofraniaeth fwyd, ac sy’n gwella cyfiawnder cymdeithasol ac amgylcheddol.
What’s the issue?
The climate crisis impacts the lives and livelihoods of agroecological land workers globally. Agroecological land workers, peasants and indigenous peoples provide real solutions for how we can first and foremost reduce our carbon emissions and support biodiversity.
The UN Conference of Parties (COP) will hold its 26th meeting on the UN framework convention on Climate Change, where countries come together to negotiate agreements on how to address climate change internationally. Over 30,000 people usually attend the official conference, while many many more people attend to participate in side events and counter summits which have provided an important platform for the climate justice movement at COP negotiations.
Beth ydym ni’n ei wneud?
As COP26 will be held in the UK, the Landworkers’ Alliance is working to support delegates from other Via Campesina member organisations to participate in the conference and counter summits. We are organising with civil society organisations through the COP26 Coalition and other coalitions to make sure that food sovereignty and agroecology are understood as real solutions to the climate crisis, to challenge false solutions put forward for agriculture and land use, and to build solidarity with other climate justice campaigns in the UK and globally. We are planning to host spaces which focus on food sovereignty and can be a positive space for people in the food sovereignty movement to come together and learn from each other in how we work to build climate justice.