End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
Efforts to combat hunger and malnutrition have advanced significantly since 2000. Ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition for all, however, will require continued and focused efforts, especially in Asia and Africa. More investments in agriculture, including government spending and aid, are needed to increase capacity for agricultural productivity.
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Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
What do the SDGs look like in HE and FE?
SRUC have conducted a research project into reducing emissions from farming in order to make food production more sustainable. Researchers at SRUC form part of a new...
West Lothian College is implementing a series of initiatives to improve access to healthy and nutritious food for students, addressing food poverty. Initiatives include the...
Palm Oil and Biodiversity Webinar
Integrating Food into Urban Planning
The Students’ Union at UWE
Bring Your Own Bowl
Strategic partnerships embedding long term positive change
The Great Donate – Reducing waste and benefitting the community when students leave the campus Halls of Residence at the end of term
Seawater greenhouse technology enables drought-proof agriculture
Project 36 – Nepal
Campus compost collaboration
Campus Community Fridge – the first UK university community fridge
The International Council for Science (ICSU), has released the report 'A Guide to SDG Interactions: from Science to Implementation'. Released in 2017, the report is...
Challenge days for challenging times
Enactus Nottingham - Foodprint
CommUNITY meet and eat