Zero Hunger Science-Policy Communication

SDSN USA’s Zero Hunger Pathways Project Dialogue 3 brought together cross-sectoral stakeholders for a discussion, focused on identifying: 1) tools and models to evaluate pathways for improving food and nutrition security in the US; 2) multi-faceted evaluation metrics that reflect food systems sustainability, equitability, resilience, and health outcomes; 3) mechanisms and barriers for proper stakeholder engagement and trade-off dialogue; 4) mechanisms and barriers for science-policy communication.

Expert speakers Hans Herren (Millennium Institute), Kimberly Carr (Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center), and Michael Shank (Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance) joined to give insight on each topic.