A Sustainable Food Future 2018

A growing world population, dwindling agricultural resources and rising concerns about climate change are adding pressure to an already strained global food system. With global hunger on the rise after declining for over a decade, it is clear that countries, companies and individuals must reassess approaches to food production and consumption.
In this context, the annual Chatham House Food conference will explore practical solutions to build a more resilient food system and feed the global population sustainably, focusing on the responsibility of key actors in achieving these goals.Greg S. Garrett, GAIN’s Director, Food Policy and Financing, will be amongst the speakers.

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Greg S. Garrett

Director, Food Policy and Financing, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)

Channing Arndt

Director of Environment and Production Technology Division, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Tim Benton

Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources, Chatham House

Jean-Marc Chappuis

Assistant Director-General, Knowledge Systems, Technology and International Affairs Directorate, Federal Office for Agriculture, Switzerland

Marie Haga

Executive Director, Global Crop Diversity Trust

Musonda Mumba

Head of Terrestrial Ecosystems Unit, Ecosystems Division, United Nations Environment Programme

Professor Måns Nilsson

Executive Director, Stockholm Environment Institute

Andrea Renda

Head of Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation and Digital Economy, Centre for European Policy Studies

Gunhild Stordalen

Founder and Executive Chair, EAT