The global food system and the natural resource base that underpins it are under increased strain. Rising populations and incomes and accelerating climate change are challenging the sustainability of existing models of production and consumption.
The reality is that one in seven of the global population is undernourished and two in seven are overweight - a rising proportion in developed and developing countries alike.
This conference will consider how the production and consumption of food can be shaped to match the future needs of the global population, and ask what changes in investment, business practice and global governance might ensure this occurs in a sustainable way.
Register by Wednesday 9 October to benefit from the early booking rate.