How Urbanization is Driving Changes to the Global Food System

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How Urbanization is Driving Changes to the Global Food System

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Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 1:05pm

CAMPAIGN: Cargill | Nourishing the World

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

Dr. Phil Pardey, professor of agricultural economics at the University of Minnesota and director of the International Science and Technology Practice and Policy Center, discusses the implications of today's shifting population trends for the global food system. To learn more about Cargill’s approach to nourishing a fast-growing world population sustainably, please visit our sustainability site.

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Keywords: Responsible Production & Consumption | Agriculture | Cargill | Dr. Phil Pardey | Food Politics | Sustainability | Sustainable Living | food security | global food system | sustainable agriculture

CAMPAIGN: Cargill | Nourishing the World

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary