Thursday, 27th January 2022 at 1pm (IST) live on Zoom

The risks of food insecurity have increased exponentially in the wake of a global pandemic. More than enough food is produced to feed the global population—but millions of people still go hungry. After steadily declining for a decade, world hunger is now on the rise again. Why do people still go hungry when we have “enough” food? Why is so much food wasted? What are the challenges of enabling productivity and profitability through sustainable systems of food production? Join our experts Professor Dolores O’Riordan, Director, UCD Institute of Food & Health, and UCD VP for Global Engagement, Dr Aifric O Sullivan, Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator in the UCD Institute of Food and Health & Professor Jim Kinsella, UCD School of Agriculture & Food Science as they discuss the progress being made on Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger both in Ireland and further afield. This is the final episode of the UCD: In Conversation Climate Change series.


I Want To Give

Ready to take the next step?  Get in touch to help plan your lasting impact.

Get in Touch