The world needs nutrition-driven agriculture that operates within planetary boundaries. But how do we engage the agriculture, health and environment sectors to address the pressing local and global problems that have taken us to the edge of - and beyond - the planet's limits to growth? What are the solutions? Do they involve short-term hardship in order to not put future generations in peril? Twenty experts give their view on how New Zealand can lead the way with robust policies and best practice for sustainable food consumption and production.
Professor Claire Massey is Massey University's Director of Agrifood, and in this capacity leads the university's agrifood strategy and provides a focus for the activities that occur across the university's academic units and service lines. Professor Massey heads Te Puna Whakatipu, which leads and supports university-level projects in agriculture and food.