“The reality of it is we need to make sure that we’re doing some things differently than what we’ve always done," Ertharin Cousin argues.
Food systems are just as culpable for the accelerating global planetary health, human health, and poverty crises as they are capable of generating the solutions necessary to fix them.
"We didn’t see massive famines last year," says Ertharin Cousin. "But what we didn’t do was invest in what I call preemptive humanitarian response."
"Now is not the time to put the challenges of global food insecurity on the back burner," Ertharin Cousin cowrites.
An estimated 3.1 billion people can't afford a diverse, nutritious diet due to increased food inflation, says Ertharin Cousin.
Distinguished Fellow Ertharin Cousin and Matthias Berninger explore the role of food and agriculture in the climate conversation, and the results of COP27.
The Task Force on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health presents their 2022 Report.
The Council co-authors recommendations to advance the goals of the 2022 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.
"If we embrace science and innovation, we can feed every person on this planet," Ertharin Cousin tells Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Ravi Agrawal.
Distinguished Fellow Ertharin Cousin speaks at the 2022 Aspen Security Forum on how food security is national security.