The war between Russia and Ukraine has exacerbated the global food crisis. Add to this the current climate challenge and we are headed towards a situation that would, unfortunately, leave millions heartbroken.
This is an unprecedented crisis that warrants innovative solutions.
Media outlet Politico interviewed leading food experts on the issue to weigh in on the crisis and potential solutions.
“I would observe that on the whole, global stocks in grains and oilseeds are tight, and that’s part of the food inflation story,” said Robynne Anderson, who represents the agriculture industry at the U.N.’s Committee on World Food Security. Wheat production is predicted to decline in 2022, for the first time in four years.
“We need agriculture firing on all cylinders on all continents all the time, because climate change is always going to mean somebody is struggling,” she argued.
Read the full article on Politico.