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Global Food Security Cambridge Symposium 2015

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The one-day Global Food Security Cambridge Symposium 2015 is an opportunity to learn about the multi-disciplinary food security research taking place in the University, and explore ways in which collaboration across disciplines can bring greater impact. Speakers from all Schools in the University will be addressing a wide range of topics including:

• Political economy of agriculture in Africa • Water-land-energy nexus and the food system in Uganda • UK-India food supply chains: sustainability and food security • Translating basic research on insect-plant interactions to aid in protection of beans in East Africa • Role of NGOs in bioscience policy making • Business case for investing in nature • Forests and trees for food security and nutrition

This is a free event but booking is essential via the Global Food Security Initiate website:

This talk is part of the Cambridge Global Food Security series.

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