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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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Positioning food systems to deliver healthy diets in Pakistan

Multisector stakeholders gather to accelerate policies to transform food systems to make healthy diets more affordable and accessible to all.

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Cross-Ministerial meeting concludes with statement of intent

In conclusion to the Cross-Ministerial High-Level Roundtable held in Islamabad by the Global Panel and the Benazir Income Support Programme, participants unanimously sign a statement of intent to reposition food systems to deliver healthier diets.

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Improving food systems and diets in Pakistan

February, March 2019

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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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Healthy diets in Ghana. Ministers agree: must move from feeding to nourishing

Ministers commit to rise to the challenge of improving Ghanaians’ diets through coordinated cross-sector action.

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Ghana: Ministerial Consensus Statement on nutrition

19 March 2019, Accra, Ghana

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