The acute global impacts of climate change and the onset Covid-19 have exposed the present cracks in the food systems around the world. Combating hunger and malnutrition, and improving the functioning of food systems, are now an even greater priority of national and international policymakers around the world than they were when the UN Sustainable Development Goals were announced in 2015. SDG 2: Zero Hunger aims to address these exact problems.
Springer Nature has published some exceptional work from researchers working relentlessly towards reducing world hunger, offering insights which form the backbone of change towards reforming global food systems. Whether in biotechnology or in geography, whether in agronomy or in economics, whether in nutrition or in international law, here you’ll find a selection of books, journal, and blog content that highlights this commitment to addressing SDG 2.