China puts diners on notice as part of a new anti-food waste campaign. We also take a look at middle-income countries like India and nations in Africa where issues of food security have been made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
Joining the panel:
- Swati Narayan is an activist with the Right to Food campaign in India
- Nhlanhla Sehume is a journalist and Assignments Editor for Power 98.7 FM.
- Changhua Wu is the Executive Director at the Professional Association for China’s Environment.
- Holly Wang is a Professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University.
- Einar Tangen is a Political and Economic Affairs Commentator.
Africa has a growing food security problem: why it can't be fixed without proper data
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#OPINION | Before opening India’s market to imports, the government must have a plan to sustain domestic food security and also protect the livelihoods of the almost 60% of the workforce that is dependent on it, writes Biswajit Dhar. @gsvasu_TNIE https://t.co/4wOgkD1Ge8
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