This chapter will focus on how food advocates around the globe are working to create a more well-nourished world. It explores the role of food, nutrition, and agriculture advocacy and how farmers, public health professionals, academics, and others are working to create a global food movement that will transform how we produce and consume food. Examples like these highlight how on the ground activism and large organizational advocacy efforts are contributing towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
SOURCE: Nierenberg D., Axe S., Gustafson E. (2019) The Role of Advocacy and Activism for Achieving the SDGs in Food, Health, and Social Justice. In: Valentini R., Sievenpiper J., Antonelli M., Dembska K. (eds) Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Through Sustainable Food Systems. Springer, Cham.
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