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WPJ Twitter Chat: The Big Question

Monday, October 5, 2015 - 11:00am

How will your country satisfy its food needs in the near future?

With the world’s population soaring past the 7 billion mark, a host of countries are finding it increasingly difficult to feed their people today, while laying the foundation for a future that promises to be even more crowded—and hungrier. Accordingly, we chose to ask our panel of global experts how their nation, their region, may be able to satisfy the needs of their future.

Now we are opening the conversation to our World Policy audience. Follow #Foodfight to join in on the conversation. 

Our Big Question respondents participating in the Twitter Chat:

Josef Janning, German senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. @JJ52

Pablo Lapegna, Argentine professor of sociology and Latin American and Caribbean studies at the University of Georgia. @Pablolapegna

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