In this video interview, Maggie Gill, ISPC Chair and Professor of Integrated Land Use, School of Biological Science, University of Aberdeen, UK, shares her views on CGIAR positioning and comparative advantage as the general context within which CGIAR operates shifts.
In this interview, Prabhu Pingali, ISPC Member and Professor, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, USA explains why moving away from ‘staple crop fundamentalism’ to a more diversified food system is crucial as we look at shift towards nutrition security.
In this interview, Patrick Webb, ISPC Member and Professor of Nutrition, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, USA, explains how the CGIAR should respond to a world where diets are rapidly changing, particularly in developing countries.
In this video, ISPC members reflect on the increasingly complex set of challenges that the developing world is facing for its food, nutrition and environmental sustainability, and some of the implications of this shifting context for the CGIAR.
In her recent paper, Karen Macours (Associate Professor at the Paris School of Economics and Researcher at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research- INRA), explores whether the current agriculture technology strategy is suitable to lift smallholders out of poverty.
Testing our Assumptions on Research, Policy, and Practice In the coming weeks we will be publishing summaries of three key papers/presentations which...