- Global Food Systems 2050 is a new research coalition which sits within the Waite Research Institute and the School of Economics to provide a systems perspective on current food policy issues.
- It will be the Asia-Pacific’s leading research consortium in the area of Food Economics, Business and Policy partnering with existing research strengths across faculties at the University of Adelaide, and with leading academics in other internationally renowned Universities, to present research program ideas to Australian governments and those elsewhere, as well as to industry and to international research organisations.
- It will deliver world-class research in its own right and will contribute to deepening the conversation across disciplines.
- Its activities, including an international conference program, will bring world-renowned figures to Adelaide, highlighting the capacity of this University to contribute to resolving global and local issues facing food systems.
- These activities will also demonstrate the capacity of the University to contribute to the local, national and global policy debate regarding food security, national food plans and food strategy.
- This Global Food Systems Blog will provide links to the latest developments in Food Security research at the University of Adelaide as well as at other universities and research institutions around the world.
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