The Crisis of the Empty Plate: Hunger, Resilience, Recovery
The New York City’s food system is not as robust as one would like to think, as Hurricane Sandy had clearly shown. The city procurement and distribution networks need to be ready for any crisis that may take place, while at the same time guaranteeing food security for all its citizens at all times. This panel discusses how ending hunger, resiliency and the capacity for timely recovery are crucial topics under circumstances shaped by climate change.
Moderator: Nevin Cohen