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Food security - A growing dilemma | DW Documentary

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Many countries, particularly in the West, have long taken reliable food supplies for granted. But climate change, conflict and population growth are challenging such certainties. How can we ensure food security for everyone in the future? The vertical farm run by Anders Riemann in Copenhagen aims to get the maximum yield from the smallest area possible and operate sustainably. The CEO grows vegetables over 14 stories at his carbon-neutral indoor farm. Eight hundred kilograms of lettuce are grown here each week at Nordic Harvest. Riemann sees this alternative to conventional agriculture as a big opportunity for the future. He says the corona pandemic and the war in Ukraine have shown us just how vulnerable our food supply chains are. "We need local food production in our cities, as part of the infrastructure.” Agricultural scientist Urte Grauwinkel is part of a project researching what food crops could be better adapted to the new climate conditions in eastern Germany. Part of the idea is also to become less dependent on food imported from far away. She is experimenting with nutritious plants such as chickpeas, millet, amaranth, quinoa and hemp. Seaweed is another food with potential for the future. It is seen as environmentally friendly, hardy and nutritious. However, this superfood has not caught on yet in many western countries. Joost Wouters, the former manager of a soft drink manufacturer, wants to change that. He has set up the Seaweed Company to bring together seaweed farmers and the food industry. Could seaweed grown in Europe help feed more people in the future and counteract overfishing? #documentary #dwdocumentary #foodcrisis DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch top documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to: ⮞ DW Documentary (English): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documental (Spanish): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو (Arabic): 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku (German): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी (Hindi): 🤍 For more visit: 🤍 Follow DW Documentary on Instagram: 🤍 Follow DW Documental on Facebook: 🤍 We kindly ask viewers to read and stick to the DW netiquette policy on our channel: 🤍

Food Security

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By empowering countries to grow their way out of poverty, we can break the cycle of hunger and build a more stable world for future generations.

China is solving its food security problem at 'our expense': KT McFarland

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Former Trump Deputy National Security Adviser KT McFarland reacts to China owning over 380,000 acres of farmland close by U.S. military bases on ‘Varney & Co.’ #foxbusiness Subscribe to Fox Business! 🤍 Watch more Fox Business Video: 🤍 Watch Fox Business Network Live: 🤍 FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the world — FBN launched in October 2007 and is one of the leading business networks on television, having topped CNBC in Business Day viewers for the second consecutive year in 2018. The network is available in nearly 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Owned by FOX Corporation, FBN is a unit of FOX News Media and has bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. Follow Fox Business on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Fox Business on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Fox Business on Instagram: 🤍

What is food security?

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Achieving our goal of ending global hunger often means providing food for people in need, but we know that more is needed to ensure people enjoy food security. This video explains what food security means, and how it relates to ending global hunger.

The Truth About Food Insecurity

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We live in a world with a rapidly growing population. Some people would have you believe that food insecurity is caused by overpopulation, or that we've reached the earth's carrying capacity. Is that really the case? In this episode we'll take a brief look at the data and figure out why some people have so much food, and others are starving. The Truth About Food Insecurity – Second Thought SUBSCRIBE HERE: 🤍 This script was written in collaboration with Flavio Affinito music by Sam Kužel - 🤍 New video every Friday! Follow and Support Second Thought! Twitter: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 BuyMeACoffee: 🤍 CashApp: $JTChapman Watch More Second Thought: Latest Uploads: 🤍 Spaaaaaace!: 🤍 What If...: 🤍 Popular Videos: 🤍 About Second Thought: Second Thought is a channel devoted to education and analysis of current events from a Leftist perspective. Welcome! Business Email: secondthoughtchannel🤍gmail.com

Food Security | Ecology & Environment | Biology | FuseSchool

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Food Security | Ecology & Environment | Biology | FuseSchool Even though enough food is grown to feed all 7 billion people on Earth, around 795 million (so 1 in 9 people) do not eat enough food to maintain good health. These people don’t just live in less developed countries, being undernourished is a problem all over the world. The ability to provide enough food for people is called ​food security​. CREDITS Animation & Design: Jean-Pierre Louw (behance.net/Jean-Pierre_Louw) Narration: Dale Bennett Script: Gemma Young SUBSCRIBE to the FuseSchool YouTube channel for many more educational videos. Our teachers and animators come together to make fun & easy-to-understand videos in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Maths & ICT. VISIT us at 🤍fuseschool.org, where all of our videos are carefully organised into topics and specific orders, and to see what else we have on offer. Comment, like and share with other learners. You can both ask and answer questions, and teachers will get back to you. These videos can be used in a flipped classroom model or as a revision aid. Find all of our Chemistry videos here: 🤍 Find all of our Biology videos here: 🤍 Find all of our Physics videos here: 🤍 Find all of our Maths videos here: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Access a deeper Learning Experience in the FuseSchool platform and app: 🤍fuseschool.org Follow us: 🤍 Befriend us: 🤍 This is an Open Educational Resource. If you would like to use the video, please contact us: info🤍fuseschool.org

State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022

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Despite hopes the world would emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and food security would begin to improve, world hunger rose further in 2021. The prevalence of undernourishment jumped from 8% in 2019 to 9.8% in 2021. The new SOFI report estimates as many as 828 million people around the world faced hunger in 2021. Subscribe! 🤍 Follow FAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * TikTok - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 * Weibo - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍 #SDGs #Agenda2030 #GlobalGoals

"Understanding global food security and nutrition"

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The world’s population is growing. But today, at a global level, agriculture is currently producing one third more calories than necessary to feed all the people in the world. That means: In principle, there is enough food for everybody. Nevertheless one person in nine goes to bed hungry. Worldwide there are still 800 million people going hungry.

What is food insecurity? An explanation

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Food insecurity is the reason 925 million people go to bed hungry despite there being enough food to feed the planet. Thomson Reuters Foundation explains what food (in)security is, and why it is important. Script/voiceover: Alex Whiting Design & Animation: Amelia Wong Subscribe: 🤍 Watch more videos: 🤍 Visit our site: 🤍 — We make short documentaries, explainers and original series for people who care about the world’s biggest challenges. Context is anchored around three of the most significant and interdependent issues of our time: climate change, the impact of technology on society and inclusive economies. We contextualize how critical issues and events affect ordinary people, society and the environment. Context is a media platform brought to you by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the corporate foundation of Thomson Reuters, the global news and information services company. Through journalism, media development, free legal assistance, and convening initiatives, we combine our unique services to drive systemic change.

Food Safety Vs. Food Security

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Amy Evans, Global Food Safety Partnership Secretariat World Bank.

The 10 Most FOOD-SECURE Countries In Africa 2022...

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Top 10 Leading Countries in Agriculture in Africa in 2022 The agricultural industry is one of the most important sectors of the global economy because it not only generates some of the greatest incomes globally but also meets the world's food needs. A country with a strong foundation in agriculture output can enable more stable economic development because it is one of the main industries that is rarely harmed by fluctuating demands. Thus, it can be concluded that a nation that depends on its agricultural output for revenue creation is laying the foundation for a healthy economy. The global economy is inextricably linked to agriculture, which is essential to the livelihoods of many people in developing nations. Agriculture is typically the largest contributor to GDP for most states, particularly in the African context. The fact that so much of Africa is undeveloped demonstrates how much potential there is on the continent. Many people are aware of Africa's abundant resources and expect it to be the next big thing in terms of wealth generation across practically all industries. A huge workforce, a large amount of fertile land, and optimal conditions that might allow year-round production make Africa the ideal region to begin your agricultural investment activities to realize significant returns. In the absence of official records that classify Agricultural states in terms of their agricultural muscles, here are our Top 10 Leading African Countries in the Agricultural sector for 20 22. We have taken time to compile this list to help you understand the Agricultural potential of Africa, and for you to know where and in which product to invest. Let’s start! Other videos you will love watching on our channel; SALARY OF EVERY AFRICAN PRESIDENT: 🤍 THE 30 RICHEST BLACK PEOPLE IN THE WORLD: 🤍 WHY IS AFRICA POOR?: 🤍 THE 20 RICHEST COMPANIES IN AFRICA: 🤍 THE RICHEST FAMILIES IN NIGERIA:🤍 THE RICHEST FAMILIES IN GHANA: 🤍 THE RICHEST FAMILIES IN KENYA: 🤍 THE RICHEST KINGS IN AFRICA: 🤍 FOOTAGE licensed through Storyblocks

CGIAR Agriculture Research for a Food-Secure Future

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There is no better investment for development than agriculture research: food demand could outstrip supply by 2030. CGIAR is a leading agricultural research partnership with over 10,000 people in 96 countries, who deliver clear public benefits of reducing rural poverty, boosting food security, improving health and nutrition and enhancing the resilience of our ecosystems. CGIAR and its partners are working towards a food-secure future.

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Class 9 Economics Chapter 4 | Food Security in India Full Chapter Class 9 | CBSE

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Protecting Agriculture, Food Security and Livelihoods

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Recently nominated Champion for the International Year of Plant Health in Europe by FAO Director-General, Diarmuid Gavin addresses the importance of protecting plants, our planet's main source of food. He calls on the public to avoid travelling with seeds, flowers, fruit, or vegetables where pests could be hiding. He also shares information on digital solutions and standards promoted by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) that can help to ensure safer trade of plant products. Stay tuned as we release seven short messages over the coming weeks! Irish garden designer Diarmuid Gavin has written 13 garden design books and, in addition to presenting gardening series on all UK and Irish TV channels, has appeared in popular tele-reality shows including BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. 🤍fao.org/iyph Subscribe! 🤍 Follow FAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * TikTok - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 * Weibo - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍 #SDGs #Agenda2030 #GlobalGoals

FOOD SECURE: Grow Your Food, Support LOCAL FARMERS — Ep. 118

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Having and supporting a local food system has always been important, but that reality came into the general public's attention more clearly during the pandemic when there were intermittent food shortages and supply chain challenges. This encouraged many people—including us—to start focusing on growing food and strengthening the local food system by supporting local growers. The Finger Lakes area has been a local agricultural hub for some time—producing many of the state's vegetables, fruits and grains. A good portion of the farms here are also organic or biodynamic–making them more resilient to price hikes for petroleum-based fertilizers, for instance, since products like that aren't used in their farming practices. Additionally, when farmers only have to travel short distances (typically within 30 miles) to market their products at the farmers market or local cooperatives, then rising gas prices don't pose as much of a problem. This makes the overall local food system a lot more resilient to larger global issues and political whims. The Ithaca Farmers Market is an incredible place to experience local food and arts and crafts if you're in the area. Established in 1973, the Farmers Market is a vendor-owned cooperative that is opened year-round. In the summer, that's when you can find a plethora of produce, local victuals and provisions, and crafts and wares. To find out more about the market, you can visit 🤍ithacamarket.com and to find other great places to hang out and visit, head over to 🤍, which graciously sponsored the making of this video. 😎 COOL STUFF ↴ WEBSITE: ➨ 🤍 OTHER CHANNEL ➨ Plant One On Me: 🤍 💚FOLLOW/SUB ↴ ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: 🤍 ▶ Instagram+IGTV: 🤍 ▶ Facebook: 🤍flockfingerlakes ▶ Twitter: 🤍flockny 🤍 ▶ TikTok: 🤍flockfingerlakes 🤍 😄SUPPORT ↴ if you like this episode and the others, then be sure to “Subscribe” to this channel and hit the Notifications bell. This really does help keep the channel moving forward! Also, you can become a pillar of support for the channel by becoming a Sustaining Member. More information here: 🤍

Impact of blackouts on food security

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Inside Story - How can food security in Africa be achieved?

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A major report on agriculture says 'Africa is no longer in the dark' The Alliance for a Green Revolution - AGRA - says agricultural productivity in the past 10 years has improved lives in Ghana, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. AGRA says agriculture is more effective at cutting poverty than other sectors. The alliance of agriculture experts say countries which acted early to invest in farming are seeing significant growth. Malnutrition and poverty levels are falling in some of the highest risk countries where people don't have enough to eat. Farming is a main source of income for more than 60 percent of the work force in Africa. GDP has grown in countries that have been investing. But is the success sustainable? Presenter: Sami Zeidan Guests: David Ameyaw, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa report author. Kees Blokland, Managing Director of Agriterra, advice provider to farmer organisations and cooperatives in developing economies. Lorenzo Bello, Senior Economist at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍

The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020

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🤍 We are facing a global fight to address one of the biggest challenges of our time. Five years after committing to eradicate hunger we are not on track to reach our goals by 2030. Chronic hunger is up by 10 million people in one year and up by nearly 60 million in five years. Almost 690 million people went hungry in 2019, with numbers highest in Asia [381 million] and rising fastest in Africa [250 million]. If these trends continue, more than 840 million people will be hungry by 2030, with Africa overtaking Asia as the region affected most. The COVID-19 pandemic could add over 100 million people to this distressing toll. Overcoming hunger is just one part of the problem. Two billion people do not have regular access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food. In 2019, 144 million children [21.3%] under the age of five were stunted, while 47 million [6.9%] were affected by wasting. We are not on track to meet our 2030 targets for child stunting, low birthweight and exclusive breastfeeding. Countries are also facing the growing burden of obesity linked to poor quality diets, with 676 million of adults [13.1%] obese. Around the world, many people are suffering from hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition because they cannot afford healthy diets. Even the cheapest healthy diets are out of reach for more than 3 billion people in the world. In sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia, around 57% of the population cannot afford nutritious food. Our current dietary patterns are also taking a heavy toll in terms of health costs and the environment. By 2030, diet-related health costs linked to mortality and non-communicable diseases could be more than 1.3 trillion US dollars a year. While diet-related costs of greenhouse gas emissions could be more than 1.7 trillion US dollars a year. As the world fights COVID-19, we cannot allow the pandemic to stop the global fight on hunger and malnutrition. To achieve a world free from hunger and malnutrition by 2030, countries must transform food systems and increase the affordability of healthy diets. Shifting to healthy diets could reduce direct and indirect health costs by up to 97%, while reducing the social costs of greenhouse gas emissions by up to 74%. We must ensure the cost of nutritious foods comes down. If the whole world shifts towards a healthy diet, we have a real chance at ending hunger and malnutrition, once and for all. We must act now, to build back better and make a difference in lives and communities everywhere. Subscribe! 🤍 Follow FAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * TikTok - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 * Weibo - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍 #SDGs #Agenda2030 #GlobalGoals

Zero Hunger Generation: The Four Pillars of Food Security

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For the third year in a row, hunger is on the rise – 821 million people across the globe are hungry. In a world of such abundance, how can that be? To help you better understand, we’ve explained the four pillars that affect food security: availability, access, utilization and stability. Watch to learn more about why people go hungry, and what you can do to help.

FAO + USA Enhancing food security. Protecting global stability. Promoting trade

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FAO + USA Enhancing food security. Protecting global stability. Promoting trade Together we are… supporting peace and stability, promoting agricultural trade and food safety, …and building a food secure future. FAO + USA initiatives have worked to… 1 Strengthen the economic sustainability of the agricultural sector with modern science 2 Harness resilient livelihoods, long-term development and peace 3 Increase response and preparedness to disasters and crises 4 Address root causes of insecurity and conflict 5 Create rural employment and entrepreneurship opportunities 6 …and improve access to safe and healthy food globally Thank you, USA, for being a generous and key partner. Only together can we achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Subscribe! 🤍 #ZeroHunger Follow FAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * TikTok - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 * Weibo - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍 #ZeroHunger #SDGs #Agenda2030 #GlobalGoals

Malaysia is on the verge of a food security crisis | R.AGE Documentaries

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Despite being a food-crazy middle-income country, Malaysia is on the verge of a food security crisis, with an increasing number of families already struggling to put food on the table.

How is food security measured webinar

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This brief webinar describes food security, food insecurity and provides examples of international and national tools to measure food security.

Food security and nutrition rely on healthy soils

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Nearly 80% of the average calorie intake per person comes from crops directly grown in the soil. Soils are the foundation of our food systems. Subscribe! 🤍 Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Google+ - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍

Global Food Security Summit Plenary (English) - Final

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The world is facing a global food security crisis with multiple causes, among them: climate change, COVID-19, and conflicts, including Russia’s unprovoked and ongoing war against Ukraine. More than 765 million people across the globe were chronically hungry in 2021. In response to this growing global crisis, the United States, the European Union, the African Union, and Spain will co-chair the Global Food Security Summit on September 20 on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. Additional co-hosts include Germany, Colombia, Nigeria, the European Commission, and Indonesia.

Class 9 Economics Chapter 4 | What Is Food Security - Food Security in India

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Growing Singapore's Food Security | Food, Energy, Water - Part 1 | Full Episode

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Food security is an existential issue for Singapore. Today’s fast-evolving and complex operating landscape has accentuated Singapore’s vulnerability in food safety and security. In this episode, we examine Singapore's three main food security strategies. They include growing locally, diversifying food sources, and expanding internationally. We will also look at how technology can help Singapore grow more with less. Stories include how researchers and entrepreneurs – both local and foreign - are pursuing bold new frontiers to transform conventional agriculture in the fast-growing food technology sector. WATCH MORE Food, Energy, Water Energy Security: 🤍 = About the show: Food, Energy, Water - resources that are indispensable for a nation’s survival. How are countries safeguarding security of these critical assets, in an increasingly unpredictable world? = #CNA #FoodEnergyWaterCNA #FoodSecurity #Singapore #FoodSupply For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍

CBSE Class 9th |Economics |Food Security In India | Full Chapter Explanation

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Food security an inescapable challenge for the future

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ABC News 24's Jeremy Fernandez explains some of the challenges facing global food producers. For more great educational videos, please visit 🤍

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe is food secure, shares secret to success | Dakar 2 Summit Feed Africa

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At a food summit in Dakar, Senegal, President Emmerson Mnangagwa claims, Zimbabwe is "food secure" and "wheat sufficient." Makes extraordinary claim that country will EXPORT wheat. The WFP's current estimates say 38% of Zimbabweans, about 5.7 million people, are food insecure.

The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI 2019)

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The latest edition of The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI 2019) gives an updated estimate of the number of hungry people in the world, including regional and national breakdowns, and the latest data on child stunting and wasting as well as on adult and child obesity. This year, for the first time, the report presents the estimates of a new indicator: the prevalence of moderate and severe food insecurity based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES). This new edition of the report also includes a special focus on economic slowdowns and downturns, which are among the main drivers behind the recent rise in world hunger. The report, which is developed thanks to the collaboration of FAO, IFAD, UNICEF, WFP and WHO, is an important measure of global progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal of #ZeroHunger. Subscribe! 🤍 #ZeroHunger Follow #FAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Google+ - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍 #ZeroHunger

Sustainable Forestry for Food Security and Nutrition

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Worldwide, 795 million people suffer from hunger daily, and more than two billion people suffer from micronutrient deficiency – a kind of “hidden hunger”. Yet, this situation could be changed and the figures reduced, if sustainable forest management was adopted as a key component of food security and nutrition and implemented more widely. The result would be better protected ecosystems, more sustainable food production, more nutritious food and increased food security. This is, in part, because forests provide essential goods and services, and are a source of food, income, energy and shelter for more than 25 percent of the global population. Forests are essential for maintaining our environmental health and to mitigate the impact of climate change on food production systems. 🤍 Subscribe! 🤍 Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - 🤍 * Google+ - 🤍 * Instagram - 🤍 * LinkedIn - 🤍 * Twitter - 🤍 © FAO: 🤍

Food security in Pakistan and its importance - ft. Habib Wardag - TKF Stories Ep02

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In the second episode of TKF Stories, Habib Wardag talks about the importance of food security, its situation in Pakistan, and what the NGOs are doing about it. Direction: Sibtain Haider

Germany's commitment to food security

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The war in Ukraine threatens food security in many countries around the world. 🇩🇪 Germany recognised this early on and, as part of its G7 Presidency, made more than €400 million available to fight the food crisis. Watch the video to find out what else Germany is doing to promote food security around the world. ☝️

How climate change is making food insecurity worse

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Food insecurity is reaching an all-time high and the growing climate crisis could force an extra 183 million people into hunger by 2050. So how does climate change actually impact food security and how do we ensure that a worldwide food shortage doesn't become the next global crisis? Subscribe: 🤍 Watch more videos: 🤍 Visit our site: 🤍 — We make short documentaries, explainers and original series for people who care about the world’s biggest challenges. Context is anchored around three of the most significant and interdependent issues of our time: climate change, the impact of technology on society and inclusive economies. We contextualize how critical issues and events affect ordinary people, society and the environment. Context is a media platform brought to you by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the corporate foundation of Thomson Reuters, the global news and information services company. Through journalism, media development, free legal assistance, and convening initiatives, we combine our unique services to drive systemic change.

State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022- Interview with FAO Chief Economist

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The world is moving backwards in its efforts to end hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition by 2030, a goal set by the United Nations in 2015, amidst increasing extreme poverty and chronic malnourishment, according to a new United Nations report. The State Of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022 report, issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) found that if the current trends continue, in 2030 we will have 670 million people chronically undernourished worldwide , exactly the same as we had in 2015 when the world set the Zero Hunger initiative, pledging to eliminate hunger and malnourishment by 2030. Produced by: 🤍UNFAO Background: The world is moving backwards in its efforts to end hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition by 2030, a goal set by the United Nations in 2015, amidst increasing extreme poverty and chronic malnourishment, according to a new United Nations report. The State Of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022 report, issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) found that if the current trends continue, in 2030 we will have 670 million people chronically undernourished worldwide, exactly the same as we had in 2015 when the world set the Zero Hunger initiative, pledging to eliminate hunger and malnourishment by 2030. The key drivers behind food insecurity are conflict, climate change and the economic slowdown due to COVID19, which combined with growing inequalities are pushing millions into extreme poverty. The ongoing Russia–Ukraine conflict, involving two of the biggest global producers of staple cereals, gas and fertilizer, is disrupting supply chains and further affecting prices of grain, fertilizer, and energy. In the first half of 2022, this resulted in higher food price. Global economic growth prospects for 2022 have been significantly revised downward which will reflect in less financial resources to invest in agrifood systems. Public-private partnerships will be extremely important for investments in agrifood systems and public spending and investments will be critical in the face of climate extremes and supply chain disruptions, as the private investors may be hesitant to invest in agreefood. SOUNDBITE (English) Maximo Torero, Chief Economist, FAO: “The only way we will cope with this so that people have more access to healthy diets so that we have a reduction of chronic undernourishment is if we increase resilience of countries. And what it means to increase resilience? It means first to have early warning tools in place so that countries can be better prepared and to understand better the risks and uncertainties they will face. Second to have absorption capacity. So if the shock happens, I can absorb the shock.” Another important mechanism that needs addressing is the use of subsidies by the governments to prop their agricultures. According to the report, if governments repurpose its resources to support more food consumers as they do support producers, they will contribute to making healthy diets less costly and more affordable, sustainably and equitably for all. The report also found that the gender gap in food insecurity – which had grown in 2020 under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic – widened even further from 2020 to 2021, driven largely by the widening differences in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as in Asia. In 2021, 31.9 percent of women in the world were moderately or severely food insecure compared to 27.6 percent of men.

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