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Trade, Food Security, and the 2030 Agenda

Eugenio Díaz-Bonilla , Jonathan Hepburn
The new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development sets a ground-breaking new commitment for all countries: to end hunger and “all forms of malnutrition” by 2030. The new goals will require governments to address the “triple burden of malnutrition”: undernourishment, micronutrient deficiencies, and overnutrition. This paper examines how policies affecting trade and markets are relevant to those new commitments on hunger and malnutrition, looks at past progress and projected…

Policy Brief: Achieving Water, Energy and Food Security in Indonesia

Helen Bellfield, David Sabogal, Jeni Pareira, Adi Gangga and Matt Leggett
Key Points Resource use trade-offs between different sectors could undermine water, energy, and food security targets. Competition for finite land and water resources could undermine ambitious production targets and lead to further deforestation with impacts on emissions targets and the resilience of critical ecosystem services. Opportunities exist to improve synergies between different sectors' targets through multilevel planning processes. The policy coherence analysis identifies several…

The state and food security discourses of Indonesia: feeding the bangsa

Jeff Neilson, Josephine Wright
This paper examines the ways in which discourses of food security and food sovereignty are articulated in Indonesia, exploring their emergence within particular historical episodes and considering how this change has informed their current deployment by state-based actors. Looking first to the wider global discourses that encompass perspectives on food security and food sovereignty, this paper attempts to map a specifically Indonesian perspective on ‘food security’ (ketahanan pangan), and…
22 Feb 2017

Global Food Security

Collection of different articles on Food Security
6 Nov 2016
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