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Food security and nutrition: current and likely future issues
This essay is about food security and nutrition and their converse, loosely termed ‘hunger’. Given that most of those suffering from food insecurity and malnutrition live in developing countries, the

Author: Steve Wiggins and Rachel Slater
Organisation: Overseas Development Institute
Publish Date: January 2011
Food Security by 2050: Insights from the Agrimonde Project
The brief describes the methodology and conclusions of a foresight project called Agrimonde. Between 2006 and 2008, this project gathered a panel of French experts who built two contrasting scenarios

Author: Sandrine Paillard, Bruno Dorin, Tristan Le Cotty, Tevecia Ronzon, Sébastien Treyer
Organisation: European Foresight Platform (EFP)
Publish Date: September 2011
Food security in sub-Saharan Africa to 2020
This paper presents an outlook on food security in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to 2020. It discusses the challenges and opportunities for meeting the food security of the poor vulnerable groups and exam

Author: S. Ehui, S. Benin, T. Williams, S. Meijer
Organisation: International Livestock Research Institute.
Publish Date: 2002
Food Security, Farming, and Climate Change to 2050: Scenarios, Results, Policy Options
By 2050, the world’s population is likely to reach 9 billion. Most of these people are expected to live in developing countries and have higher incomes than currently is the case, which will result i

Author: Gerald C. Nelson, Mark W. Rosegrant, Amanda Palazzo, Ian Gray et al.
Organisation: International Food Policy Research Institute
Publish Date: 2010
Food Security: Let Them Eat Information
Insufficient information to predict famine was widely seen to be a central reason for the failure of national governments and the international donor community to prevent the famines in Africa in the

Author: Margaret Buchanan-Smith, Susanna Davies, Celia Petty
Organisation: Institute of Development Studies
Publish Date: 1994
FoodWeb 2020: Forces Shaping the Future of Food
Identifies eight disruptions that are pushing stakeholders at every level—from individual consumers and small-scale farmers to food companies and national governments—to rethink their relationships t

Author: Miriam Lueck Avery, Bradley Kreit, Rod Falcon
Organisation: The Institute for the future
Publish Date: 2011
Forced displacement in Africa: dimensions, difficulties and policy directions
Though still predominantly rural, Africa is experiencing the most rapid urban growth among all the regions of the developing world. This document looks at this facet.

Author: Jeff Crisp
Organisation: UNHCR
Publish Date: 2006
Forecasting Long-term Global Fertilizer Demand
Long term fertilizer requirement forecasts are key to the success of long term plans for global food security and the profitability of the fertilizer industry. The study forecasts fertilizer demand i

Author: F. Tenkorang & J. Lowenberg-DeBoer
Organisation: Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations
Publish Date: 2008
Forecasting the Costs and Benefits of Implementing Basel III for North African Emerging Economies
Forecasting the Costs and Benefits of Implementing Basel III for North African Emerging Economies looks at the potential impact of Basel III on Tunisia and Egypt. The study demonstrates that Egypt wo

Author: African Development Bank
Organisation: African Development Bank
Publish Date: 2012
Forecasting the Diffusion of an Innovation Prior to Launch
In order to help managers with forecasts this article provides the values of the three descriptors for 34 different product categories. Any person who wants to derive analo‐ gous products can use thi

Author: Sonke Albers Institute of Innovation Research, Christian‐Albrechts‐University at Kiel
Organisation: Sonke Albers Institute of Innovation Research, Christian‐Albrechts‐University at Kiel
Publish Date: 2004
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