Listen to Dr Will Martin, World Bank, speaking about national and global food security: what roles for trade and trade policies? Slides National and global food security, Dr Will Martin View more presentations from food2050
Listen to a recording of Christopher Findlay, Executive Dean of Professions, University of Adelaide speaking about reframing the food, nutrition, health, and agriculture R and D agenda.
Click here to listen to the Podcast Prof Per Pinstrup-Anderson, World Food Prize Laureate, Cornell University and University of Copenhagen Food Security Issues to 2050: What are the biggest issues needing action and whose job is it? 10 Action Issues
A $1m global research program in food security is being developed at the University of Adelaide. Participants in this network from around the world will meet at the National Forum on Food Security to be held at the National Wine Centre on February 13th, 2012 www.economics.adelaide.edu.au/research/areas/food-security/ University participants come from a number of its Faculties, […]
On November 30th, 2011, twenty two senior staff comprised of researchers from the Faculty of Professions, the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, the Faculty of Sciences as well as policy and decision makers from SARDI and PIRSA and the Waite Research Institute, attended the “Global Food Systems and Food Security” workshop at the Waite […]
The University of Adelaide is uniquely placed in Australia to organise these research networks and to respond to the drivers of change in world food policy. It has deep skills in the core area of supply chain analysis as well as consumer behaviour. It has depth in the economics and business analysis of food markets […]
Firms involved in agricultural and food production, processing and distribution face unique challenges and opportunities resulting from globalization. Their capacity to respond will have great significance for their communities. The development of new relationships in the research community will assist with their ability to adjust and to capture more of the opportunities available. The current […]