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Food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture are key to achieving the entire set of Sustainable...
A commitment to eradicate hunger and poverty by 2030, greater attention to rural actors and...
Tackling food insecurity and eradicating hunger will require a concerted effort to reduce food loss...
September’s post-2015 development agenda summit of heads of state and government may well attract global headlines this...

Adopted by the UN’s 193 Member States on 25 September 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals are new global goals that will succeed the Millennium Development Goals in 2016. The SDGs will shape national development policies for the next 15 years. Food and agriculture is at the heart of the 17 SDGs, beginning with SDG1, End poverty, and SDG2, End hunger. Food security and its link to natural resources and rural development features in virtually every goal of the 2030 Agenda.