Program at a Glance
Experts from disciplines across food and agriculture offer advice to further the Council’s efforts to advance a more sustainable and resilient global food system and help inform and guide the program’s work.
Distinguished, resident, and nonresident fellows provide their expertise on a wide range of issues, including innovation, agricultural development, sustainability, nutrition, and more.
Annual reports on global food security offer policy recommendations and foster dialogue on the topics.
Commentary and analyses on the latest news, research, and policy developments in food and agriculture from across the world are curated weekly via this blog and related email.
Areas of Focus
Understanding the power of innovation and technology to transform food and agriculture, and exploring policy solutions necessary for ensuring an equitable digital revolution in food and agriculture.
Analyzing the complex relationship between agriculture and the environment, and providing solutions to support resilient communities around the world.
Reporting on the importance of nutrition for healthy communities around the world, especially for early childhood nutrition and development.
Examining the vital role of women in addressing food security and the promise of rural girls for thriving economies.
Global Food And Agriculture Events
Learn what’s next for The Farmers to Families Food Box, a $15 billion food assistance program designed to address domestic hunger and equitably support producers.
Experts from Blue Yonder, Walgreens, and the University of Chicago examine how the private sector can prepare for future supply chain shocks and adjust to a rapidly changing landscape.
Liam Condon from Bayer AF, WBCSD's Diane Holdorf, and Zimbabwe Farmers Union Youth Chairperson Ruramiso Mashumba joined the Council to discuss strengthening the global food system.
What could be done now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the future to ensure continued global food trade and avoid a global health and food crisis in the Global South?