In the media

How to transform food systems to feed the world and prevent mass extinctions

Dr. Shenggen Fan: “By addressing the whole system by which we grow, buy, and eat our food, we can achieve multiple wins to maintain biodiversity for planetary and human health.”

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From: Meet our Partners – Global Dietary Database

Q&A with Global Panel Director, Prof Sandy Thomas, for the newsletter of the Global Dietary Database. Originally published here.

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Compare and contrast: a tale of two plates

Opinion piece by Prof Tim Benton, Co-Chair of the Global Panel Foresight 2.0 Lead Expert Group.

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Putting nutrition at the center of collective action

As part of thits new blog series, Uncharted Waters, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs invited a diverse group of experts to explore topics related to water, nutrition, and agriculture in advance of the 2019 Global Food Security Symposium.

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Two reasons why three billion people aren’t getting adequate nutrition

Article originally published on Food Tank, with contributions from Panel Members Emmy Simmons and K. Srinath Reddy.

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Ghana: Ministerial Consensus Statement on nutrition

19 March 2019, Accra, Ghana

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The Global Panel commits to the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition

Panel Members sign the statement of commitment to the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition.

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IFPRI Director General, Dr Shenggen Fan, joins the Global Panel

The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition welcomes new Panel Member, Dr Shenggen Fan

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AU and AfDB launched African Leaders for Nutrition Accountability Scorecard

“The nutrition accountability scorecard offers an opportunity to lay a solid foundation to aid African leaders to act strategically and deliberately in implementing policies and investing in nutrition programmes that tackle malnutrition in our respective countries,” King Letsie III told attendees.

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Five ways healthier food can save the world from climate change

Here is why managing food supply is key to controlling climate change

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