Radically Rethinking Food Security with Jennifer Burney - UC San Diego Founders Symposium 2015

3/30/2016; 12 minutes

The world food system comprises hundreds of millions of farmers making decisions in response to economic signals and environmental expectations. However, many of these farmers are food insecure by any number of metrics, and their production is threatened by anthropogenic climate change. Against this backdrop, what are the prospects for a world free from hunger? Using global data as well as smaller-scale studies of innovative technologies and strategies, Jennifer Burney of UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy explores the potential for a resilient food system at the heart of a new sustainable development agenda. (#30323)

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