SDG 1: No Poverty and SDG 2: Zero Hunger, aims to end hunger, no poverty, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture by 2030. Food security is an issue of access to food. Hunger today is not caused by a lack of supply but because hundreds of millions of people simply cannot afford to buy enough food.
Unless we profoundly rethink global food and agricultural systems, it is estimated that the number of hungry people worldwide could drastically climb by 2050.
Working to improve food and agriculture can have a substantial impact on the attainment of the other 16 Sustainable Development Goals, as it can help combat climate change, bolster economic growth, and contribute to peace and stability in societies around the world. The session will talk about the food security and concerned parameters.