"Feeding The World: Accelerating Global Collaboration on Food Security", Amsterdam
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Conference // "Feeding The World: Accelerating Global Collaboration on Food Security", Amsterdam

Twelve months on from The Economist's inaugural Feeding the World summit, a high-level audience will gather in Amsterdam to discuss how to accelerate progress in coordinating efforts to tackle the planet's food security crisis.

Industry leaders, Government ministers, donors, aid agencies and representatives of the research community will explore opportunities to collaborate in delivering improved nutrition and sustainable agricultural markets.

- Nutrition — what are the best ways to address the nutritional double burden of obesity and malnutrition?

- Finance and risk management — what is the potential for microfinance and microinsurance to strengthen food security?

- Science and technology — what is the effectiveness and potential of a number of approaches to boosting yield and productivity?

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