and K.Y. Amoako –
One of the new sustainable development goals calls for the elimination of hunger and malnutrition by 2030, together with the creation of a more resilient and sustainable food system. Can it be done? Rwanda President Paul Kagame and K Y Amoako, president of the African Center for Economic Transformation, discuss.
Toby Peters –
To deal with an impending "perfect storm" of diminishing resources, a growing population and environmental degradation, the world needs to eliminate waste. Addressing post-harvest waste is central to that objective.
We have the expertise, the technology, and the resources to feed every person in every country. Yet there are still more than 840 million people whose lives are wrecked by hunger. This is an unforgivable development failure - and the single greatest obstacle to creating the inclusive, sustainable, and resilient future we want, says Noeleen Heyzer.
Business must make a bigger difference to global challenges by leveraging its scale, influence and resources to drive transformational change at a systemic level, says Unilever chief executive Paul Polman.