“To solve global food insecurity, the first step is to know the right question to ask.” Bill Pritchard, human geographer, challenges our views on what it takes to create a food-secure world. Bill is an Associate Professor in Geography at the University of Sydney, where he teaches and researches on food, agriculture and rural and regional development. He embraces a geographer's passion to understand the world, believing that the best way to understand an issue is to see it first hand and talk directly to the people involved. Since 2004 he has been working on a series of research projects in India dealing with issues of agricultural change and food security. He has published around 50 scholarly articles and book chapters, and is co-author of “Feeding India: Livelihoods, Entitlements and Capabilities”, to be published by Earthscan later in 2013.
Question: What is global food insecurity and what can we do about it? Video by Launch Digital Interviewer Libby Jane Charleston
To solve global food insecurity, the first step is to know the right question to ask." Bill Pritchard, human geographer, challenges our views on what it takes to create...