An astonishing number of 828 million people globally are affected by hunger, and this number is rising. How do we make sure everyone has enough to eat? Our current global food system is insufficient. It’s not only destroying the planet, but it’s also highly vulnerable to climate change. Furthermore, it is deeply unfair. Food is not distributed evenly around the world, and in many places, food accessibility is limited. According to ecological economist Dr Julia Tschersich (UU), it’s time for change. How do we make sure the transition to a more sustainable food transition is just and inclusive?
In collaboration with the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development & Future Food Utrecht (UU).
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De toekomst van ons eten
Klimaatverandering, de coronapandemie en de oorlog in Oekraïne laten zien hoe kwetsbaar ons voedselsysteem is. Als we niet ingrijpen, dreigt een wereldwijde voedselcrisis. Hoe stoppen we die?