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Pinstrup-Andersen 10 Action Issues
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Pinstrup-Andersen 10 Action Issues
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Pinstrup-Andersen 10 Action Issues

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Prof Per Pinstrup-Andersen speaks on Food Security to 2050 - What are the biggest issues needing action and whose job is it …

Prof Per Pinstrup-Andersen speaks on Food Security to 2050 - What are the biggest issues needing action and whose job is it

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  • 1. Food Security to 2050: Action Issues Per Pinstrup-Andersen University of Adelaide February 13, 2012
  • 2. Action Issue 1RhetoricDeclarationsPlans ActionTargets
  • 3. What is “Food Security”?
  • 4. Progress Towards Meeting the WFS Goal Globally 1100 1020 1000 842 923 925 900 863 848Millions 800 Data 700 91-04 600 WFS 500 421 400 Source: FAO 2006
  • 5. Progress Towards Meeting the MDG Globally25%20% 20% 18% 17% 18% 17%15% 16% 16%10%5%0% 1990-92 1995-97 2000-02 2005-07 2008 2009 2010
  • 6. Action Issue 2Speed up eradication of foodinsecurity and malnutrition.
  • 7. The Triple Burden of Malnutrition1. Energy and protein deficiencies: Hunger2. Specific nutrient deficiencies: Hidden Hunger3. Excessive net energy intake: Overweight & Obesity
  • 8. Action Issue 3 Incorporate nutrition goalsinto food system policies and programs.
  • 9. Action Issue 4Use nutrition impact asindicator of success in economic policy.
  • 10. Action Issue 5Manage food price volatility.
  • 11. Maize Weekly Price Minus 12-Month Moving Average100 80 60 40 20 0-20-40-60-80
  • 12. Rice Weekly Price Minus 12-Month Moving Average350300250200150100 50 0 -50-100-150
  • 13. Wheat Weekly Price Minus 12-Month Moving Average150100 50 0 -50-100 1998 1999 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • 14. Volatility in Weather Patterns IrregularDrought Flooding Rainfall Strong Winds Patterns Production Volatility
  • 15. Action Issue 6Adapt the food system to climate change.
  • 16. Priority Action (1) Agricultural research Risk management Production systems Water management
  • 17. Production VolatilitySupply Responses SpeculationGovernment Policy Government PoliciesMarket Information Energy Prices Demand Changes Price Volatility
  • 18. Action Issue 7Manage amplifying factors.
  • 19. Priority Action (2) Infrastructure Institutional innovation Domestic and international markets Protect the effectiveness of price signals Promote effective price transmission Compensatory measures Alternative energy sources
  • 20. Action Issue 8Expand food production to meet future demand.
  • 21. Priority Action (3) Specific policy interventions context specific  Likely to include:  Infrastructure investments  Institutional innovation  Input and output market development  Pre- and post harvest focused research  Facilitation of small-scale agri-business
  • 22. Action Issue 9Sustainable intensification.
  • 23. Environmental Kuznets Curve
  • 24. Hypothetical Relationships BetweenIncome and Deforestation/Soil Mining
  • 25. Action Issue 10 Full costing
  • 26. Hypothetical Relationships BetweenIncome and Deforestation/Soil Mining

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