Food systems are transforming rapidly, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, yet the dynamics around those transformations and their impact on sustainability are not well understood. This new paper, from researchers at The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Denver, and the University of California - Davis, with support from A4NH, attempts to improve this understanding through an analysis of sustainability factors and food systems drivers.
The paper, titled Global Drivers of Food System (un) Sustainability: A Multi-Country Correlation Analysis, was published in Plos One in April 2020.
The March 2 event explored findings from the first world-level assessment of COVID-19 on food security, and what it means for food system resilience
CGIAR researchers have conducted the first world-level assessment COVID-19's impacts on food security. Their findings also shed light on considerations for building back more resilient food systems.
COVID-19 measures such as mobility restrictions and social distancing have impacted food systems worldwide. This rapid assessment led by researchers