If we want to do things differently to secure the future we can start with our food.
We need change, but not just the tinkering currently being proposed by those who seek to lead us.
A promising new way to boost aid, or a fig leaf to disguise Canada’s disengagement from fighting global poverty?
Will Canada play its part in achieving the important goal of ending hunger?
Is Canada going to benefit, or will we wonder why we gave away a national treasure?
Farming is both part of the problem and solution. So what should Canadians do?
Not eating enough food results in 800 million people globally facing hunger. But eating too much and the wrong kind of foods has driven more than twice as many people to be overweight or obese.
Countries will spend the next nine months hashing out a successor to the Millennium Development Goals.