Conclusion on the food security conference

Wednesday, 22. October 2014


John ( Ioannis) Meletiadis

Looking back at what we have learnt and discussed about during the Academia Engelberg we are ready to begin understanding the global food security issue. We should remember that we want di-verse perspectives on the issue, as well as a local and global expertise. Furthermore, we have to bear in mind what affects some of us now may affect all of us tomorrow. For this reason global cooperation is necessary to improve food security. By improving agriculture, business, health and nutrition education, and the environment we help to improve food security.

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