Our global food system faces unprecedented challenges; Professor Sayed Azam-Ali OBE will discuss ideas and examples of how we can transform it for good.
The Covid pandemic, the war in Ukraine and the climate crisis have exposed the vulnerability of the global food system. We cannot continue to rely on the commodity crops and complex supply chains that currently distribute food to consumers around the world. Business-as-usual is no longer an option.
So what can we do?
Professor Azam-Ali will argue that we must diversify our agricultural species, innovate our production systems and attract a new generation of farmers and agripreneurs if we are to feed 10 billion people on a hotter planet. He will propose changes that would lead to a new more diverse, resilient and inclusive agrifood system fit for the future of humanity and our planet.
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