If we are to have a chance of ridding the world of hunger, Summit leaders must return to a participatory science model.
William G Moseley
William G. Moseley is DeWitt Wallace Professor of Geography at Macalester College (USA), Visiting Scientist at the University of Montpellier (France) ... and a member of the UN High Level Panel of Experts for Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE).
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