Food and Nutrition Policy Symposium Series
The Food and Nutrition Policy Symposium Series brings leading experts to Stanford to share new research in an integrated, ten-lecture series on global food and nutrition policy. The series follows on the success of the two-year Global Food Policy and Food Security Symposium Series that concluded in May 2013. Participants address food security topics ranging from aquaculture, to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, to crop genetics and protecting the global food supply from the future impacts of climate change. We thank Zach Nelson and Elizabeth Horn for their generous support of the symposium series, in honor of Phillip Falcon.
For more information and a full list of recordings and topics please view the Food and Nutrition Policy Symposium series page.
Tomorrow’s Table: Ecologically-based Farming, Plant Genetics and the Future of Food
Global Food Policy and Food Security Symposium Series
The Global Food Policy and Food Security Symposium series brought the world's leading policy experts in the fields of food and agricultural development to Stanford to participate in an integrated, twelve-lecture series on pro-poor growth and food security policy. Participants addressed the major themes of hunger and rural poverty, agricultural productivity, resource and climate constraints on agriculture, and food and agriculture policy. The series focused on the implementation of sound policies that will enhance agricultural production, incomes, and resource stewardship.
For more information and a full list of recordings and topics please view the Global Food Policy and Food Security Symposium series page.
Water and Agriculture in a Changing Africa: What might be done?