How do we totally rethink our relationship with food, on a systems level? Not just thinking about what’s on our plate, but creating a consistent global food supply where no-one goes hungry? Here to explain is Dr. Zitouni Ould-Dada from the UN FAO.

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To share some ideas is Dr. Zitouni Ould-Dada, the Deputy Director in the Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity and Environment at the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation. In conversation with Climate Curious co-hosts Ben Hurst and Maryam Pasha at Climate Week NYC, he explains how reconnecting with the basics can lead to better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life for all, leaving no one behind.

Listen to more foodie episodes on Climate Curious:
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Sonalie Figuierias – Climate Quickie: How to have your burger and eat it too
Dee Woods – Climate Quickie: Why cheap food is killing us
Dee Woods – How to be a global food citizen
Christina Hicks – What’s going on with fish in West Africa? 
Ermias Kebreab – How seaweed reduces cow burps

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