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NOROVYN ALTANKHUYAG:

Great opportunity
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UN SECRETARY-GENERAL BAN KI-MOON:

Zero hunger
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JOSÉ GRAZIANO DA SILVA:

Food losses mean hunger
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ERTHARIN COUSIN:

Solvable problem
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BERNARD LEHMANN:

Securing supplies
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LIZ GOODWIN:

Making progress
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PHILIP CLARKE:

Scaling up to cut waste. Using our scale for good
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VANDANA SHIVA:

New paradigm
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WERNER M DORNSCHEIDT:

Involving everybody

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ANDREA SEGRÈ:

It's a resource
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NIKI CHARALAMPOPOULOU:

Feeding change

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Connecting the Dots: Biodiversity, Adaptation, Food Security and Livelihoods

 

The Environmental Food Crisis

Zero hunger
BAN KI-MOON Secretary-General of the United Nations

 

Growing up in war-time Korea, I knew hunger. Food shortages were common and we could not let a single grain to go to waste. Since then, many countries, including my own, have taken bold steps to end hunger, unlocking their potential for exponential growth.

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