We are an interdisciplinary hub of research, teaching and consulting expertise, to support decision making to transform agri-food systems and food security.
The Jameel Observatory for Food Security Early Action has been created to help tackle the growing threat to people in the world’s drylands posed by the increasing severity and frequency of climate-related disasters. The venture brings together leading research and humanitarian agencies – the University of Edinburgh, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Save the Children, the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), and Community Jameel – to harness data and technology in a bid to stop climate shocks resulting in hunger in vulnerable livestock farming communities.
- Lessons from India on scaling up natural farming
- Student placement success at SEBI in Livestock
- Students gain experience with FAO internship
- Student joins international COP26 youth event
- Welcome to our newly arrived PhD researchers
- Conference: EurSafe 2022 'Transforming Food Systems'
- Partnership for data-driven early response to hunger launched
- Partnership to deliver data-driven tech to farmers
- Students challenged to eat well for the planet
- Health warnings can nudge consumers to eat less meat
Our interdisciplinary research focusses on three key themes. These are ‘Agri-Food Systems Innovation’, ‘Food, People, Planet’ and ‘Data-Driven Innovation'.
Covid-19 operations update and how to keep in touch with us during this time.