When it comes to ending hunger, the world is going in the wrong direction, according to a report released Wednesday by the United Nations that called for “repurposing” agricultural subsidies toward the development of nutritious foods.
In this opinion piece, Peggy Yih, Dina Smeltz, and Samanta Dunford with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs describe American support for combatting global hunger as a foreign policy goal tied in with the Ukraine crisis.
A bipartisan infrastructure deal is alive and well after the Senate voted 67-32 Wednesday evening to begin debate on the measure. An agreement was reached earlier in the day on the package’s final details.
In this opinion piece, Marshall Matz discusses the importance of utilizing CRISPR technology and how it can help lead to a more sustainable future, especially for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, which is set to be the main discussion at the United Nations Food System Summit.