This lecture is in conjunction with the Wallace Stegner Center 25th Annual Symposium – “Food and the Environment: Resilient and Equitable Food Security for the West.”
Jessica Fanzo, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Global Food & Agriculture Policy & Ethics, Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m., Online via Zoom Webinar
“If countries want to make a dent in the multiple burdens of malnutrition and attempt to achieve the SDGs related to nutrition, drastic changes will need to occur. These changes will involve cost-effective strategies that include reducing modifiable risk factors (related to tobacco smoke, alcohol, diet, and physical activity), coordinating mandates between health and agriculture sectors, strengthening and connecting health and food systems, improving nutrition surveillance, and expanding coverage of essential medicines, technologies, and treatments.”—Jessica Fanzo, “Does Global Goal Setting Matter for Nutrition and Health?” AMA Journal of Ethics, October 2018.
Jessica Fanzo, PhD, is the Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Global Food and Agriculture Policy and Ethics at the Berman Institute of Bioethics, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. She also serves as the Director of Hopkins’ Global Food Policy and Ethics Program. From 2017 to 2019, Jessica served as the Co-Chair of the Global Nutrition Report and the UN High Level Panel of Experts on Food Systems and Nutrition. Before coming to Hopkins, she held positions at Columbia University, the Earth Institute,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Food Programme, Bioversity International, and the Millennium Development Goal Centre at the World Agroforestry Center in Kenya. Jessica has a PhD in nutrition from the University of Arizona.
1-hour CLE (pending).
Free and open to the public. No registration required.
Principal Funding: R. Harold Burton Foundation and the Cultural Vision Fund.
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