We could discuss with you how agriculture can provide the world long-term with food for a balanced diet despite pandemics and climate change.
For the last five years, the number of people suffering from hunger has been rising again across the globe. Nine percent of the global population are starving. This alarming development is being exacerbated by climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic. The United Nations has issued clear warnings about the possibility of the coronavirus crisis resulting in a global food emergency. We need joint action to prevent the situation from worsening further and to develop sustainable solutions for food systems. In 2021, the GFFA focussed on these pressing topics and invited representatives from politics, business, science and civil society to engage in a constructive exchange on the following four key questions:
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