Current global food production could meet human nutrition needs in 2050—if access to the global food supply is significantly improved and populations make radical changes to dietary choices finds a quantitative analysis by researchers at Lancaster University. Required diet changes include replacing most meat and dairy with plant-based alternatives, and greater acceptance of human-edible crops […]
We are delighted to announce that Prime Minister Édouard Ngirente has joined the Compact2025 Leadership Council. He joins a distinguished group of champions and influential thinkers to provide strategic guidance to Compact2025 and to help shape and unify commitments to end hunger and undernutrition. As one of four focal countries of the Compact2025 initiative, Rwanda […]
Ending hunger and malnutrition must be top priority to achieve all the Sustainable Development Goals.
In a new paper, IFPRI researchers conclude that open, transparent, and equitable trade is essential to ending hunger and malnutrition sustainably. They also highlight key policies that are critical to achieving these goals such as eliminating inefficient domestic support policies, promoting environmental sustainability, and supporting vulnerable populations with inclusive policies. The paper is part of […]
IFPRI hosted an official side event on “Investing for Reshaping Food Systems” during the UN High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development on July 11. Co-chaired by the Permanent Representatives of Canada and Jamaica to the United Nations, the event explored key policies and investments to reshape food systems that can help achieve multiple Sustainable Development […]