Zero Hunger

Hunger is one of humanity’s most enduringand challenging problems. According the United Nations, approximately 1 in 10 people suffer from hunger globally, 1 in 3 do not have access to a nutritious diet, and the world is currently offtrack to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 by 2030. The search for solutions takes us from the molecular mysteries of the microbiome to the complex food systems that feed our planet, from models of our changing climate to political discussions atthe Security Council. The Feinstein International Center engages with partners to understand why hunger occurs and how it can be addressed in a sustainable manner that meets the unique challenges of this moment.