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Forests for Food Security and Nutrition: forest products critical to fight hunger
FAO/Giulio Napolitano
13 May 2013, Rome -- A report by the University of Wageningen and FAO on "Edible Insects: Future Prospects for food and feed security" was launched during a high-level meeting on Forests for Food Security and Nutrition (13-15 May). According to FAO, forests contribute to the livelihoods of more than a billion people, including many of the world’s most vulnerable. They constitute sources of food, fuel for cooking, fodder for animals and income to buy food.
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Mr. José Graziano da Silva, FAO Director-General, opened the International Conference on "Forests for Food Security and Nutrition":
10min. 59sec.

Mr. David Nabarro, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Food Security and Nutrition, addressing the high-level opening session:
12min. 43sec.

Mr. Eduardo Rojas Briales, Assistant Director-General, FAO Forestry Department, during a press conference for the launch of the new report "Edible Insects: Future Prospects for food and feed security":
3min. 47sec.

Ms. Eva Muller, Director, Forestry, Economics, Policy and Products Division of FAO, presented the report "Edible Insects: Future Prospects for food and feed security":
4min. 14sec.
Tema(s): Agricultura y cultivos, Hambre / Inseguridad alimentaria, Seguridad alimentaria, Silvicultura / Forestal
Realizador: FAO
Referencia: 9923
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