Ceres2030: Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger
Our mission is to provide the donor community with a menu of policy options for directing their investments, backed by the best available evidence and economic models.
Ceres2030 brings together economic modelling, machine learning, and evidence-based synthesis into one initiative, helping fill a major knowledge gap in the field of agricultural and food policy. Ceres2030 connects this knowledge back to the donor community, making sure decision makers have the cost figures and evidence they need when deciding where and how to make their investments.
Funding support comes from Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).
Check out our Ceres2030 launch SNAPSHOT. which summarizes the body of research developed by Ceres2030.
Follow us on Twitter: @Ceres2030 #GoodFood4All
To find out more about Ceres2030 consortium's results and findings, click here.
Nature Pandemic of hunger - COVID-19 is straining African food security, but also presents an opportunity for change
Cornell Chronicle - Ceres2030 offers path to ending world hunger within decade
Cornell Chronicle - Cornell unites science and policy to end hunger
Cornell CALS -[8 x research team articles]
IFPRI -Ceres2030 research: Ending hunger sustainably by 2030 requires doubling assistance
SDG2 Advocacy Hub - Activities w/c 12 October
SDG2 Advocacy Hub - Donors must double investment to end hunger
Ohio State University - Ceres2030: Ending World Hunger
Highlights from Ceres2030: Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger
Launch Article | Donors must double aid to end hunger - and spend it wisely
Ceres2030’s new research shows that by doubling their investments between now and 2030, donors could help end hunger, double smallholder farmer incomes and protect the climate.
Nature Research | Sustainable solutions to end hunger
The findings were published by Nature Research in a new research collection of peer-reviewed journal articles.
An Extra USD 14 Billion per Year Can End Hunger, Help Farmers, and Meet Climate Goals
How can we do this effectively, responsibly, and sustainably?
Presentation of Ceres2030 at the European Commission - Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger
Ceres2030’s team will engage EU stakeholders on their new research and show that by doubling aid between now and 2030 and spending it wisely, we could end hunger, double smallholder farmer incomes and protect the climate.
Launch Event of Ceres2030: Uniting Science and Policy to End Hunger Sustainably
Ceres2030 team will launch the findings of the project at the occasion of a high-level joint event organised by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany (BMZ) on October 13, 2020.
Ceres2030: Sustainable Solutions to End Hunger - Summary Report
This Summary Report includes a Foreword signed by Dr. Agnes Kalibata UN Special Envoy for the 2021 Food Systems Summit & Dr. Gerd Müller Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development
Ending Hunger, Increasing Ìncomes and Protecting the Climate - Report
This report answer two linked questions: First, what does the published evidence tell us about agricultural interventions that work, in particular to double the incomes of small-scale producers and to improve environmental outcomes for agriculture? And second, what would be the cost?
Ending Hunger Sustainably: The role of social protection
In this brief, the Ceres2030 project team discusses the crucial role social protection plays in addressing poverty and vulnerability, as well as in mitigating the impact of COVID-19 and its associated economic consequences.
Can we end hunger without heating the planet?
With food demand expected to double by 2050 and Covid-19 accelerating food crises all over, the world is facing a dilemma. How to feed everyone without ramping up global warming?
Sustainable Development in the Year of COVID-19
The global pandemic has brought challenges the likes of which this generation has never seen. But there have also been bright spots worth celebrating.
Fight hunger and malnutrition by rebuilding trust in trade and markets
Global progress tackling malnutrition is going backwards, with poverty and economic downturns jeopardizing prospects for reaching the Sustainable Development Goals.
'Eat less meat to help the climate' doesn't apply to everyone – here's why
More plants, less meat — it's a simple way to sustainably feed the planet's exploding population. But for the millions who depend on livestock to make ends meet, it's not so simple.
Ending world hunger by 2030 would cost $330bn, study finds
Research suggests that by targeting enhanced aid money more effectively and with greater innovation, a solution is possible.
Quick fix for hunger and climate goals? More spending on small farmers
Global goals to tackle climate change and end hunger by 2030 are within reach if donors and developing nations help small farmers.
An AI Analysis of 500,000 Studies Shows How We Can End World Hunger
The scientists turned to machine learning to comb 500,000 studies and white papers chronicling the world’s food system.
Ending Hunger: What would it cost?
A number of recent estimates exist for what is needed to end hunger and malnutrition. The estimates vary but all agree it will require a mix of investment in infrastructure, research and development, extension services and safety nets.
Good Food For All – Averting a COVID-19 hunger crisis
This virtual event is intended to drive investments in the Sustainable Development Goal 2 related to ending hunger via raising awareness of numbers and costs needed.
How Are African Governments Responding to Avert a COVID-19 Hunger Crisis?
This Ceres2030 webinar brought together African ministers responsible for agriculture and trade to discuss the measures their countries are taking to avert a hunger crisis by ensuring that livelihoods are secured and food systems remain functional.
We Need a Global Stimulus Package to Avoid a COVID-19 Hunger Crisis
COVID-19 has hit hard, fast and everywhere. It is, above all, a public health crisis and addressing it as such is today’s most critical challenge. But already the links to other crises are emerging.