Global food security strives to publish articles that contribute to a deeper understanding of the present and future global food security (nutrition and food systems) from the following perspectives;
- The economic
- Institutional drivers
Food Security In The Global Economy
Insight By Glauber: Food Security
Joseph Glauber, the Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, shares his thoughts on the topic of global food security and offers suggestions for how the G-20 nations may be more proactive in addressing the problem. On the show “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia,” he had a conversation with Kathleen Hays and Haidi Stroud-Watts.
Factors Affecting Food Security
Many more variables are at work today to explain why some nations produce more food than others, among them the following, which help to explain why some nations produce more food than others:
- Human Factors
- Food Conflict
- Water shortage
- Food Production
What Is The Impact Of Food Security?
- Anxiety about social issues
- Prices of food increase
- Supply reduced (food shortage)
- Soil erosion – Pest disease
Security Index 2022: Threatened By Global Food Security
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Crucial Time: Understanding Food Security
There is an unequal distribution of food supply and consumption across the globe. Also, food production must increase, and several strategies can be implemented to achieve this goal, as there is a need to produce more food. The threat of food insecurity is an issue that affects the whole world.
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