Food System Economics Commission
Food System Economics Commission

Founding Year:

Staff: 16

Budget:

Jeremy Oppenheim (Principal)

An independent academic institution dedicated to providing policymakers and the general public with the tools and evidence they need to make informed decisions about the food system. Its long-term goal is to create a knowledge platform that will allow the public and private sectors to continue addressing this issue.

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Food System Economics Commission contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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