Oceans & Food

Our food systems will need to feed 9 billion people by 2050, but food from the oceans has not been well integrated into potential solutions. Land use change, nutrient inputs from agriculture, and increasing demand for animal protein are all likely to place additional stress on oceans and affect their productivity. Together with Stanford’s Center for Food Security and the Environment and Springer Nature (the publishers of Nature), we are convening a diverse group of researchers and policymakers to frame a research agenda that illuminates the dynamics and trends in the global food system that will affect the health of the oceans and their role in food security. Our goals are to help build a community of scholars and decision-makers working together to address these questions and to bring new insights to global food policy dialogues.

 

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Stanford’s Center on Food Security and the Environment

Springer Nature

 

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