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Record number 486605
Title The role of research in global food and nutrition security - Discussion paper
Author(s) Fischler, F.; Wilkinson, D.; Benton, T.; Daniel, H.; Darcy-Vrillon, B.; Hedlund, K.; Heffernan, P.; Kok, E.J.; Saarela, M.; Jakubczyk, E.; Sorlini, C.; Swinnen, J.; Braun, J. von; Ash, K.; Rojas Briales, E.; Buckwell, A.; Frewen, M.; Karlsson, M.
Source Milaan, Italy : EU - Scientific Steering Committee (Discussion paper / Expo 2015 EU Scientific Steering Committee ) - ISBN 9789279458309 - 32
Department(s) BU Authenticity & Bioassays
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) voedselzekerheid - voeding en gezondheid - europese unie - innovaties - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - food security - nutrition and health - european union - innovations - sustainability
Categories Food Security
Abstract The present discussion document gives an overview of where European research can add the most value in relation to tackling food and nutrition security challenges and points to areas where we can expand our research potential. Moreover, it highlights the need to develop a governance structure that will allow sharing of best practices and facilitate the transfer of knowledge and innovation to feed the planet sustainably. It should stimulate a global discussion with stakeholders and the general public, ultimately shaping a legacy for Expo 2015.
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