Global Food Shortage, Part 2
A panel discussion titled “Trade, Development, Agriculture, and Humanitarian Responses” was held. Topics included limited… read more
A panel discussion titled “Trade, Development, Agriculture, and Humanitarian Responses” was held. Topics included limited supply, increasing energy and food costs, and poverty as causes of the crisis, and possible responses to the crisis. Mauro De Lorenzo moderated.
“Trade, Development, Agriculture, and Humanitarian Responses” was the first panel of a forum titled “Was Malthus Right? Was Today’s Global Food Crisis Inevitable?” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Mauro De Lorenzo Resident Fellow American Enterprise Institute
- Anne O. Krueger Professor Nitze (Paul H.) School of Advanced International Studies->International Economics
- Asma Lateef Director Bread for the World Institute
- M. Peter McPherson President National Assn. of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
- Amos Namanga Ngongi President Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa
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