Jumpstarting the Global Discussion About Solutions to Hunger in Agriculture

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Check out Ecoagriculture Partners’ newly released white paper, the first major output of Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet project. The paper identifies a common starting point for discussion on the variety of political, social, and technological innovations that are already available or are being developed to reduce hunger. The document is being shared with the dozens of farmers, activists, academics, and journalists who will contribute to State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish Our Planet, collectively challenging the global food community to identify win-win-win solutions that can better feed sub-Saharan Africa.

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