One in nine people on Earth does not get enough food to lead a healthy, active life. Entrepreneurs, policymakers, and agricultural trendsetters are tackling hunger in new ways, engaging both the largest and smallest members of the food production chain. Framing the issue not only as a moral imperative, but also as a business opportunity, helps motivate multinational food companies. Farmers on the margins are being given tools to increase their yields and gain access to markets. What is the role of sustainable agricultural in reducing hunger? What are the appropriate uses of GMOs? What novel ideas can curb malnutrition?
Sathya Raghu V. MokkapatiPresident of CosmosGreen and Kheyti
Matthew DillonDirector of Agricultural Policy and Programs, Clif Bar & Company; Dire...
Inge KauerExecutive Director, Access to Nutrition Foundation
Edward MabayaAssociate Director, Cornell International Institute for Food, Agricult...
Lindiwe Majele SibandaCEO and Head of Mission, Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Polic...
Thomas DaschleFounder and CEO, The Daschle Group, A Public Advisory of Baker Donelso...
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