New Zealand's Response to Food Security in a Changing Global Environment
The 2008 food price crisis highlighted the difficulties of keeping food moving to where it was needed as scarcity concerns mount. With the world facing the prospect of significant increases in demand for food even as natural resources become more scarce and climate change disrupts production, food security is not something that can be taken for granted.
This is the context for a seminar with Hon David Carter, New Zealand's Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Biosecurity.
For more information about this event please contact Lucy Ellinas.
For more information on food security research at Chatham House please contact Andrew Jarvis.