CERES 2030

Supporting international donors to direct investments in the food system

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CERES 2030 is a roadmap to end hunger by 2030 by identifying opportunities and costs of possible interventions. It is an initiative by IISD, IFPRI und Cornell University and aims at supporting international donors as they determine where to direct their investments so that these help to end hunger and lead to more sustainable food systems.

To achieve this objective, CERES 2030 has brought together economic cost modelling and syntheses of published research on agricultural interventions to examine the cost of ending hunger and which agricultural interventions are effective in doing so.

This expert talk took place on the 26th February in Bonn and accommodated talks by Carin Smaller/IISD and David Laborde/IFPRI.