The Global Food & Nutrition Security (GF&NS) research programme delivers innovative research to address the zero hunger challenge. It’s objective is to identify options, opportunities and strategies for sustainable and reliable global and local food systems that contribute to healthier diets. The key knowledge challenge is to bring together the different perspectives on and assess the trade-offs between sustainable consumption and healthy nutrition (utilisation), robust supply chains (access) and climate-smart production systems (availability). Wageningen University & Research combines its expertise and capabilities with a big variety of scientists, policymakers, businesses and citizens for transdisciplinary research to address these key challenges by focussing on the key drivers for dietary transitions and for resilient food systems. This way we come to new and surprising insights, approaches and innovations.
|Publisher||Wageningen University & Research|
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|