Emílio Tostão, 10 March 2017

Mozambique has been one of the fastest growing economies in the region. In this video, Emílio Tostão discusses how Mozambique can tie its energy market to agriculture. This video was recorded at the UNU-WIDER Conference in Pretoria in December 2016.

Juan Delgado, Indhira Santos, 09 October 2008

The financial crisis has turned attention away from the food crisis. Low- and middle-income countries face significant challenges, and this column proposes EU policy changes that could help.

Stefan Tangermann, 22 July 2008

New research shows that India, China, and speculators are not the culprits in the food price explosion. Biofuels were a significant element in the 2005-2007 food price surge as they accounted for 60% of the growth in global consumption of cereals and vegetable oils. There cannot be any doubt that biofuels were a significant element in the rise of food prices. Since new research also shows that biofuel support policies are disappointingly ineffective on environmental grounds, governments should reconsider them.


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