The Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Systems is a leading interdisciplinary hub of researchers, teachers and students developing new science, and curating evidence and learning on the intersection and interdependence of the systems that underpin the health and wellbeing of people and our planet. The Academy seeks to understand the drivers of Food System and Planetary Health challenges, and drive the development of mutually beneficial solutions through our unique breadth of expertise, holistic approach and strong partnerships.
- Caution urged over updates to key food dataset
- Survey to understand eating habits of young Scots
- University and ILRI renew livestock research partnership
- Antibiotic tax could be as effective as a ban, study shows
- Summer school focuses on infectious disease research
- Traditional agriculture can support planetary health
- Policymakers advised on actions toward healthy diets
- Expert group tackles economics of antimicrobial resistance
- Study spotlights factors affecting antibiotic resistance
- Landmark report on diet paves way to future research
Our research and associated education and engagement are in two broad themes – Food System Transformation and Healthy People, Healthy Planet. Across and among these, we are concerned with the interface between science, policy and industry; data-driven innovation; and governance/ethics.
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.