Insights on Ending Famines, Creating Food Security, and Fostering Thriving Livelihoods in a Changing World
Global hunger remains one of the most significant development challenges of our time. Nearly 795 million people worldwide are estimated to be chronically undernourished, and the threat of famine has reemerged at levels not seen for decades. Climate change, population growth, environmental degradation, urbanization, and conflict all put pressure on global food production and distribution, and hamper efforts to end hunger.
Please join us for a discussion on innovative initiatives to increase food security and bolster resilience to disasters in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Experts will discuss threats facing the world’s poorest farmers, and what can be done to mitigate the impacts of climate change on agricultural production, food security, and livelihoods. The panel includes:
- Richard Choularton, Tetra Tech
- Dan Maxwell, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University
- Alex de Sherbinin, Columbia University Earth Institute
- Roger-Mark De Souza, Woodrow Wilson Center
Ellen Mathys, Food Security, Resilience and Early Warning Specialist