Global Public Will, Local Leadership Vital To Ending Hunger

Agri-Pulse: Opinion: Is Global Public Will Enough to End Hunger?
Ertharin Cousin, Payne distinguished lecturer at Stanford’s Spogli Institute and visiting fellow in their Center on Food Security, and distinguished fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, discusses how global public will, as well as leadership at the local level, could help “encourage the investments, partnerships, research, and demands for transparency needed to develop and implement local policies capable of ending hunger” (2/8).

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