- June 22, 2022
How do we close global food gaps? How do we bridge supply shortages? How do we create a more crisis-proof agriculture? None of these are new questions. Their relevance and importance are exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, but the consequences of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic have exposed major weaknesses in the global food system.
This makes it all the more important to learn from the situation, to adopt new approaches, and to make agriculture more sustainable and reliable in terms of yield, without losing sight of the major goals that agriculture can and must achieve: feeding the world, helping the climate, supporting nature. Against this backdrop, Berlin Dialogue, the Zentrum für Liberale Moderne and the Aspen Institute Germany will host a discussion on The Future of Food and Farming: Avoiding Hunger – Ways Out of the Food Crisis on June 22, 2022, starting at 2:30 pm at Café Moskau and via livestream. If you would like to be there to exchange ideas with our panelists after the discussion, please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for the livestream, please follow this link.
The event is part of the event series Future of Food and Farming.