Roger Thurow joins the Food Talk podcast to talk about the breakdown of the US’s food chain and why global food security persists amid an abundance of food in the U.S.
Roger Thurow examines the question of how to conquer global hunger and malnutrition while also saving the planet from the strain on our environment, biodiversity, and health.
Council expert Roger Thurow explains how most African countries don’t have the resources to provide aid to their own citizens.
The coronavirus exposed America’s secret of hunger amid abundance. How can residents of the world’s richest country be hungry?
During a pandemic outbreak, washing our hands is integral in stopping the spread. However, in many parts of Africa and elsewhere in the developing world, properly washing hands is a luxury—as is soap.
Roger Thurow, senior fellow for the Global Food and Agriculture Program, takes a minute to discuss how COVID-19 has affected food security.
A stunted child anywhere in our world becomes a stunted child everywhere. We all share in the cost of lower education, reduced labor productivity, and escalating health care costs.
In this series, Agri-Pulse and the Council have partnered to explore how the US agriculture and food sector can advance food security.
Unclean water, poor sanitation, and lousy hygiene – and resulting diseases – combine with poor nutrition as the leading causes of young child mortality and stunting.
In the book The Last Hunger Season, the intimate dramas of farmers' lives unfold amidst growing awareness that to feed the world's growing population, food production must double by 2050.