Ending Poverty and Hunger by 2030: an Agenda for the Global Food System
This agenda for the global food system was released at the Spring Meetings held at the World Bank Headquarters on Thursday, April 16, 2015. From the Introduction: "To permanently end poverty and hunger by 2030, the world needs a food system that can feed every person, every day, everywhere; that can raise real incomes of the poorest people; that can provide safe food and adequate nutrition; and that can better steward the world's natural resources. Urgently, we need a food system that is more resilient and that shifts from being a major contributor to climate change to being part of the solution. All these aspects are closely interlinked, calling for a more comprehensive approach to delivering a healthier and more prosperous future."
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