Mark Lundy is the Leader of Sustainable Food Systems at CIAT
It is big and involves so many processes and actors. Some would even say it’s scary.
I’m talking about the food system, or the movement of food from cultivation of crops to disposal of food scraps.
“It’s everything and it’s nothing. But the important thing about the food system as a concept and as a tool is it allows us to connect things,” said Mark Lundy, leader of Sustainable Food Systems program at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), during the #CIAT50 celebrations at the center’s headquarters in Cali, Colombia.
At CIAT, Lundy is leading efforts to define a sustainable food systems approach, particularly the focus areas of research.
CIAT characterizes sustainable food systems as food systems that “aim at achieving food and nutrition security and healthy diets while limiting negative environmental impacts and improving socio-economic welfare,” and…
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