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Food Security, Transformation and Multi-Level Governance

Development
Governance
Global
P135
Paul Belesky
Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Thursday 09:00 - 10:40 (07/09/2017)

Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM3

Abstract

Since the 2007-2008 food crisis, the way the world food security issue is discussed has deeply transformed, giving rise to new agricultural models as wells as holistic approaches including issues of poverty, health and nutrition. This panel will study how these transformations affect food security policies at various levels and in various places. This panel will welcome contributions about scenario building (“feeding the 9 billion in 2050”) and policy making in agriculture, the impact of global food security approaches on technology risk regulation, or the transformations of international food assistance and development policies."

Title Details
The ‘Right to Food Campaign’ and the Legislating and Monitoring of the National Food Security Frameworks in India View Paper Details
From Scenarios to Guidelines. Strategic Foresight Modeling and Food Security Policy Making View Paper Details
Food Security, Wicked Problem and/ or Weak Problem? Global Issues and Agenda Setting in International Governance View Paper Details
Sustainable Food Systems in the Age of the SDGs: Why Global Standardization and Benchmarking might pose Challenges for Sustainable Development View Paper Details