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Global food security is a major research priority for UK and international science. The University of Cambridge Strategic Research Initiative in Global Food Security aims to integrate research ongoing across the various university Schools and Departments, to improve our understanding of the challenges of food security, and to develop solutions.


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Global Food Security Cambridge University

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Global food security is a major research priority for UK and international science. The University of Cambridge Strategic Research Initiative in Global Food Security aims to integrate research ongoing across the various university Schools and Departments, to improve our understanding of the challenges of food security, and to develop solutions.


Image courtesy of CIAT International Center for Tropical Agriculture

    Cath Tayleur - Birds, bees and butter - enhancing ecosystem services and livelihoods in the shea parklands of sub-Saharan Africa

    Cath Tayleur - Birds, bees and butter - enhancing ecosystem services and livelihoods in the shea parklands of sub-Saharan Africa

    • 18 min
    Phil Franks - Food versus forests in sub-Saharan Africa

    Phil Franks - Food versus forests in sub-Saharan Africa

    • 21 min
    Francois Kayitakare - Early warning for building resilience to food crises in Africa

    Francois Kayitakare - Early warning for building resilience to food crises in Africa

    • 21 min
    Jean Francois Mercure - the food-water-energy nexus in Brazil

    Jean Francois Mercure - the food-water-energy nexus in Brazil

    • 22 min
    John Ingram - Food systems, food security and environmental change

    John Ingram - Food systems, food security and environmental change

    • 22 min
    Niki Charalampopoulou - Reducing food waste to reduce our environmental impact

    Niki Charalampopoulou - Reducing food waste to reduce our environmental impact

    • 13 min

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