Food Security

Bolduc, Nathalie / Fabrizio Bott / Michael Brüntrup / Koen Dekeyser / Ines Dombrowsky / Jean-Carlo Rodríguez de Francisco
External Publications (2022)

in: The European Green Deal and the war in Ukraine. Addressing crises in the short and long term, Brussels: European Think Tank Group, 13-15

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Food security has also been adversely affected by disrupted supply chains. In particular, developing countries reliant on food imports face serious challenges due to record high prices. The EU has already put measures in place to support short-term food security, both domestically and beyond. To mitigate future crises, it should develop long-term measures to transition the EU food system towards sustainability and support the development of resilient food systems in developing countries

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Brüntrup, Michael

Agricultural Economy


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