Ceres 2030 will critically evaluate the agricultural interventions—the benefits, the costs, the trade-offs—that can transform the lives and incomes of the world’s poorest farmers in ways that preserve the environment.
Our vision is one where evidence on sustainable interventions is linked to costs, and the needs and concerns of stakeholders are responded to.
There must be global consensus on what it will cost to end hunger sustainably and on what are the most effective ways to do so. A one-size-fits-all approach cannot solve such complex problems.
We believe consensus and communication can build political will and spur action, helping to achieve zero hunger by 2030.
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Ceres 2030 is a partnership between Cornell IP-CALS, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD)