Share Your Views on the Future of Farming
November 01, 2012
The Guardian newspaper is hosting a debate Saturday to explore the merits of competing models of farming for food security.
What should the future of farming look like? Here’s a chance to make your voice heard. The Guardian newspaper is hosting a debate Saturday to explore the merits of competing models of farming for food security. The panel, “Farming at a crossroads,” will include Patrick Mulvany, co-chair of the UK Food Group, Andrew Dorward, economic director at the Centre for Development, Environment and Policy at Soas, and Morgane Danielou, co-chair of Farming First (of which TechnoServe is a supporter) and private-sector representative at the UN committee on world food security. The debate will be recorded for a Guardian global development podcast.
Visit the Guardian to share thoughts, views and questions on this topic – your comments may be featured in the discussion!
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