Future of Food: Food Security in an Insecure World

Feeding a growing global population is a challenge that spans industries and governments. A panel discusses how research, technology, policy, and engagement with local farmers could help build a comprehensive strategy for improving our food system.

MODERATOR:
Terry Garcia – Chief Science & Exploration Officer, National Geographic Society

PARTICIPANTS:
Dan Glickman – Co-Chair, AGree
Tjada D’Oyen McKenna – Feed the Future, USAID
Danielle Nierenberg – Co-Founder and President, Food Tank
Jack Sinclair – Executive Vice President, Walmart U.S.

At National Geographic’s Future of Food forum on May 2, 2014, leading experts gathered to discuss how we can feed a global population set to top nine billion by 2050.

Click here for National Geographic’s eight-month series on the future of food:
http://food.nationalgeographic.com.

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