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Fairer Economies: What are the challenges in making economies more sustainable?

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COVID-19 threatens to widen disparities, but the Great Reset is an opportunity to help the most vulnerable and address poverty, hunger and inequality.

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Fairer Economies: What are the challenges in making economies more sustainable?

Fairer Economies: What are the challenges in making economies more sustainable?

COVID-19 threatens to widen disparities, but the Great Reset is an opportunity to help the most vulnerable and address poverty, hunger and inequality.

Why sustainable food systems are needed in a post-COVID world

Why sustainable food systems are needed in a post-COVID world

Food systems are essential to economic activity because they provide the energy that we need to live and work.

Why Sustainable Food Systems are Needed in a post-COVID World

Why Sustainable Food Systems are Needed in a post-COVID World

By Nicoletta Batini, James Lomax, and Divya Mehra Food systems are essential to economic activity because they provide the energy that we need to live and work. However, macroeconomists ...

For world’s poorest, coronavirus loss of income threatens ability to eat

For world’s poorest, coronavirus loss of income threatens ability to eat

The world’s poorest – who have lost their incomes from illness or because of lockdowns – are disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and, unless they receive enough support, ...

Looking beyond hunger: thoughts on SOFI 2019

Looking beyond hunger: thoughts on SOFI 2019

Insights from Gerda Verburg and Elwyn Grainger-Jones on the work to be done in the looming decade to 2030.

4 steps we must take to fix the world's broken food system

4 steps we must take to fix the world's broken food system

Food systems are essential to economic activity because they provide the energy that we need to live and work. However, macroeconomists have long ignored them in the belief that the global ...

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26 } FIGURE 39 The global scale of displacement caused by disasters, 2008–2014 27 2.4 Working towards coherence of policies, programmes and practices to address climate variability and ...

2019 Hunger Report

2019 Hunger Report

Be inspired by stories about how young evangelicals, a rape survivor in Nigeria, and low-income people living in Asheville, North Carolina are all daring to end hunger by 2030. Learn why ...

A Tenth of the World Could Go Hungry While Crops Rot in Fields

A Tenth of the World Could Go Hungry While Crops Rot in Fields

The massive spike is happening at a time of enormous global food surpluses, with the pandemic exposing ‘cracks in the system’

Harnessing technology to address global hunger and poverty

Harnessing technology to address global hunger and poverty

Extreme hunger and malnutrition also hinder the progress of other goals including quality education, employment, equality, sustainable cities and communities, good health, and well-being.

Hunger Is Threatening to Kill More People Than Covid This Year

Hunger Is Threatening to Kill More People Than Covid This Year

As many as 132 million more people could go hungry as the pandemic exposes ‘cracks in the system’

Sustainable Development Goal 2

Sustainable Development Goal 2

Ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition for all, however, will require continued and focused efforts, especially in Asia and Africa. More investments in agriculture, including ...

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry?

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry?

<p>Fifteen consecutive years of United Nations peacekeeping operations in Haiti are coming to a close in October. UN News takes a look at the UN’s legacy in the Caribbean country.</p>