The Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet releases today at a press launch at WNYC’s The Greene Space in New York City.
If you can’t attend the event—or if you just can’t wait to learn more about agricultural innovations and major successes in preventing food waste, building resilience to climate change, and strengthening farming in cities—check out the State of the World 2011 policy briefs, available online now.
The policy briefs cover every chapter in the book, including a chapter on reducing food waste written by Tristram Stewart and a chapter how addressing the unique needs of women farmers, can improve livelihoods and diets for entire communities written by Dianne Forte, Royce Gloria Androa and Marie-Ange Binwaho. State of the World 2011 provides new insight into the under-appreciated innovations that are working right now on the ground to alleviate hunger.
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