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Global Food Security


One of the main objectives of this event is to provide a platform for exchange between scientists, but also with institutional and civil society actors on the theme of food security. It will also provide evidence of the importance of interdisciplinarity and the integration of science to develop public policies and programmes to support states in achieving the objectives of international agendas, in particular the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The conference will focus on analyses and perspectives and will therefore particularly encourage contributions on the following cross-cutting themes
1. Food Security and Sustainable Development Goals: synergies, tensions and trade-offs
2. Circularity of food systems at local, regional or global levels
3. Food security and politics, governance, institutions and trade
4. Transitions to post-carbon food systems in a post-carbon economy
5. How to assess future food security: foresight, forecasting, projection, forecasting and exploring the future
6. Influencing food consumption and demand by taking into account the food environment
7. Development, impact and ethics of new and data-driven technologies in food systems More specialised topics on the four food security themes are also sought
8. Availability: production, distribution and exchange of food
9. Access: affordability, allocation and preference of food
10. Utilization: nutritional value, social value and safety of food
11. Stability and dynamics of food security aspects

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  • Start date :
    15 November 2019
  • Closing date :
    31 July 2020
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