Food Security

The pandemic is just another sign of our broken food system

Should the answer to feeding more people be to produce more food when so much is wasted? Image: REUTERS/Ben Nelms

Chandran Nair

Founder and CEO, Global Institute for Tomorrow (GIFT)

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