Consider this - what would it take to achieve a genuinely food-secure world - one without hunger or malnutrition, where everyone gets to consume the right quantity and quality of food to live a healthy, active, and productive life?
At Back to UQ this year, Science alum and Columbia University's Professor Glenn Denning will share insights from his new book Universal Food Security: How to End Hunger While Protecting the Planet with UQ expert Dr Severine van Bommel. They will discuss an end to malnutrition, even in the face of a changing climate and populations outpacing food supply.
Join us on 6 August at 11:00am. Register online.
About Professor Glenn Denning
Dr Glenn Denning is Professor of Professional Practice and founding Director of the Master of Public Administration in Development Practice (MPA-DP) at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). Denning is an experienced professional in agriculture, food policy, and sustainable development. He has advised governments and international organizations in more than 50 countries, primarily in Asia and Africa.
Prior to joining SIPA, Denning has held senior management and research positions at the International Rice Research Institute, the World Agroforestry Centre, and Columbia University’s Earth Institute. He obtained his BAgrSc and MAgrSc degrees from the University of Queensland, PhD from the University of Reading, and a mid-career MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School. Denning is the author of Universal Food Security: How to End Hunger While Protecting the Planet (Columbia University Press, 2023).
Forgan Smith Building (1), Room E109, The University of Queensland