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Feeding Cities: Food Innovation in the UK


Much of the discussion at the Feeding Cities conference has centered on the challenges of feeding growing populations in the developing world and the inefficiencies in North America’s food systems. I was therefore pleased to hear Kevin Morgan, a professor … Continue reading

Feeding Cities: Who’s Going To Do It?


This is a U.S. Farm Bill year, so subsidies are on the mind. In my work, the conversation mostly centers around what kinds of agriculture and food systems we actually want our government, and our taxes, to support. Read more>>

Feeding Cities: The Murky Future of Food Geopolitics


Harry Truman, who famously demanded a “one-armed economist” after an endless series of experts had presented him with “on the one hand, on the other hand” projections, probably wouldn’t have had much time for Eugenio Diaz-Bonilla, who presented today on the … Continue reading

Feeding Cities: Learning from Each Other


One panel at Feeding Cities today intentionally tried to bridge the Global North and Global South. It’s clear that we have a lot to learn from each other. Read more>>