The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition (Global Panel) would like to thank the Project’s Lead Expert Group who oversaw the technical aspects of the Project, who were involved in much of the work, and in producing the project’s outputs and in drafting this report. They were led by Professor Patrick Webb and Professor Tim Benton.
Project Lead Expert Group
Professor Patrick Webb Co-Chair, Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy; Director for the Feed the Future Nutrition Innovation Lab; Technical Adviser to the Global Panel; Professor Tim Benton Co-Chair, Professor, Population Ecology, School of Biology; Research Director for Energy, Environment and Resources, Chatham House; UK Champion for Global
Food Security; Dr Julio Berdegué Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Latin America and the Caribbean, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); Prof Jessica Fanzo Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Global Food Policy and Ethics in the Berman Institute of Bioethics and the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University; Dr Lawrence Haddad Executive Director, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition;
Dr Samuel Myers Principle Research Scientist, Planetary Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Director, Planetary Health Alliance; Prof Matin Qaim Professor, International Food Economics and Rural Development, University of Goettingen; Dr Danielle Resnick Senior Research Fellow and Governance Theme Leader, Development Strategies and Governance Division (DSGD), International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); and Dr Marco Springmann James Martin Senior Researcher on Environmental Sustainability and Public Health, Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food and Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford.
The Global Panel is also grateful to the many individuals and organisations from across the world who were involved in the detailed technical work and the Project’s advisory bodies – some of these are specifically mentioned below.
The Global Panel would also like to thank the Representatives of the Global Panel members, staff from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and the many other individuals who contributed views and advice, attended workshops in Africa, Asia and Europe, peer reviewed individual papers, and provided other support.
Foresight 2.0 consultation
Consultation in the margins of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Global Gathering, Kathmandu, November 2019.
Input by representatives from Myanmar, Somaliland, Tanzania, Peru, Costa Rica, Scotland, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe,
Comoros, Uganda, Indonesia, Nepal, USA, Ethiopia, England, New Zealand.
Private Sector consultations
Angelika-De Bree Global Nutrition Director, Unilever; Alison Cairns Director of Food Systems Transformation, Food & Nature Programme; Sean De Cleene Head of Future of Food; Member of the WEF Executive Committee; Alyson Greenhalgh-Ball Senior Director of Global Health and Wellbeing, Kellogg; Els-De Groene Global Director Nutrition Standards and Advocacy; Inge Kauer Executive Director, Access to Nutrition; and Will Nicholson Project leader, Food Foundation.
Foresight 2.0 scenarios workshop
Anwarul Alam Senior Agriculture Advisor, Health Nutrition and Population Programme, Building Resources Across Communities; Elisabetta Aurino Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Innovation, Imperial College London; Anuradha Bose Professor, Christian Medical College, India; Alison Cairns Director, Food Systems Transformation, World Business Council for Sustainable Development; Clara Dawson Physician, University of Leeds; Richard Dove Head of Knowledge Hub, World Vision; Jessica Fanzo Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Global Food Policy and Ethics, Johns Hopkins University; Marcelo Galdos University Academic Fellow, UK Met Office, University of Leeds; Alejandro Guarin Senior Researcher, Shaping Sustainable Markets, International Institute for Environmental Development; Sir Andy Haines Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health, Department of Public Health, Environments and Society and Department of Population Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Günter Hemrich Deputy Director, Nutrition and Food Systems Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Gisele Henriques Resilient Livelihoods Adviser, Catholic Agency for Overseas Development; Haika Malleko Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network Coordinator, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition; Edoardo Masset Deputy Director of the Centre of Excellence in Development Impact and Learning, London International Development Centre; Jeffrey Misomali Associate Director, Investments, The Power of Nutrition; Penjani Mkambula Global Program Lead for Food Fortification at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition; Sailesh Mohan Professor, Public Health Foundation of India; Joint Director, Centre for Chronic Conditions and Injuries; Honorary Professor, Deakin University; Brenda Kaijuka Muwaga Uganda Programme Coordinator, Eleanor Crook Foundation; Paul Newnham Director, SDG2 Advocacy Hub; Nicholas Nisbett Senior Research Fellow and Co-lead, Health and Nutrition Cluster, Institute of Development Studies; John O’Brien Founder & Director, The Food Observatory; Stineke Oenema Coordinator, United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition; Adeyinka Onabolu Senior Advisor on Food Security & Nutrition, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Nigeria; Abigail Perry Senior Nutrition Advisor, FCDO; Guy Poppy Chief Scientific Adviser at the Food Standards Agency, UK; Matin Qaim Professor of International Food Economics and Rural Development, University of Goettingen; Danielle Resnick Senior Research Fellow and Governance Theme Leader, Development Strategies and Governance Division, International Food Policy Research Institute; Kazuhiko Sakamoto Senior Representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency; Martin Short Chief Executive Officer, Power of Nutrition; Ritta Sabbas Shrine Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition; Helen Walls Assistant Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Jim Woodhill Honorary Research Associate, University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute; and Monika Zurek Senior researcher at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford.
Authors of the evidence reviews commissioned by the Lead Expert Group
Michael Clark Researcher, University of Oxford; Florian Freund Researcher, Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute; Luke Spajic Student, University of Adelaide; Joseph Poore Student, University of Oxford; Anna Herforth Senior Research Associate, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard
T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Mike Rayner Professor, University of Oxford; Peter Scarborough Associate Professor, University of Oxford and NIHR Biomedical Research Centre; Marco Springmann Senior Researcher, University of Oxford; and Patrick Webb Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University.
Reviewers of the final report
Sherly Hendricks Director of the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being at the University of Pretoria; Pulani Lanerolle Senior Lecturer, University of Colombo; Maha Tahiri CEO Nutrition Sustainability Strategies LLC ; Barry Popkin Distinguished Professor of Nutrition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health; Carolina Trivelli Senior Researcher at the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos; and Evan Fraser Director, Arrell Food Institute University of Guelph.
High-level Stakeholder Group
Sean de Cleene Head of Food System Initiative, Member of Executive Committee, World Economic Forum; Dr Sania Nishtar Chairperson, Poverty Alleviation and Coordination Council; Chairperson, Benazir Income Support Programme; Dr Manabu Sumi Director, Global Health Policy Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan; Dr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki CEO, New Partnership for Africa’s Development; Dr Francesco Branca Director, Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development, World Health Organization; Professor Anna Lartey Director of Nutrition, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Dr Juergen Voegele Senior Director, Agriculture Global Practice, World Bank; Dr Rob Bertram Chief Scientist, USAID’s Bureau for Food Security; Alison Cairns Director, Food Systems Transformation, World Business Council for Sustainable Development; Jo Moir Deputy Director & Head of Human Development, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and Claire Moran Joint Head Human Development Department, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office.
Global Panel Secretariat
Professor Sandy Thomas Director; Ivan Kent Deputy Director; Professor Patrick Webb Professor of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University; Technical Adviser to the Global Panel; Susannah Brown Foresight Project Manager; Niamh Kelly and Helen Strong, Policy Research Officers; Chloe Durant Administrative Assistant and PA to the Director; Jack Ryan, Partnerships Officer; Daniel Jagger, Operations Manager.
Global Panel consultants
Derek Flynn Foresight Project Consultant; Dr Darren A Hughes Consultant.