World Food Day 2013: Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition
By Lily Michelson



The 2013 World Food Day Campaign has officially begun.  Have a look around the website at all of the new resources and events to get you inspired to take action this October 16th.  Make  sure to register your events and to sign up (at the top of the page) in order to stay informed on all of the new developments as this campaign continues to grow.  


Introducing the PERSPECTIVES Series


Do you #hungerto learn more about food waste?

Are you curious about sustainable agriculture solutions?

Have you ever wondered if your individual actions can make a difference in solving world hunger?

If you answered affirmatively to any of the above questions, or even if you’re just slightly intrigued, then be sure to check out the new PERSPECTIVES essay series!

As part of the campaign for World Food Day 2013, World Food Day USA is launching a written series featuring prominent North American thought-leaders weighing in on this year’s theme: Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition. The series will highlight selections of essays that cover a particular topic relating to this theme. From food security to food waste, social safety nets to youth engagement, and corporate collaboration to nutrition, the PERSPECTIVES series promises to enlighten and engage readers on the complex and multi-faceted issues facing sustainable food systems.

So, if you strive to make a difference, want to start a conversation, and seek to spread awareness about #WFD2013, then be sure to stay updated on this thought-provoking series. All readers are encouraged to comment, tweet, “like” and share this series amongst friends, social networks, and family members

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