Zero Hunger can be achieved by tackling food insecurity and malnutrition while promoting sustainable agriculture and food systems – but it cannot be achieved alone. The 2030 Agenda recognizes that only by recognizing the interconnected root causes of poverty and hunger can we end them forever
Agriculture plays a growing role in the climate change debate, and COP21 is a chance for world leaders to renew their commitment to achieving Zero Hunger by 2030.
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12 October 2015 – Marking the first international gathering on food security and nutrition since world leaders approved the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) commenced today, focusing on ending hunger by 2030.
United Nations officials today called on youth to champion the cause of ending hunger, achieving food security and improving nutrition – one of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) world leaders committed themselves to on Friday