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Suggested Citation:"B WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS." National Research Council. 2011. Exploring Sustainable Solutions for Increasing Global Food Supplies: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13319.
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Suggested Citation:"B WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS." National Research Council. 2011. Exploring Sustainable Solutions for Increasing Global Food Supplies: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13319.
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Suggested Citation:"B WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS." National Research Council. 2011. Exploring Sustainable Solutions for Increasing Global Food Supplies: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13319.
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PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOF B WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Per Pinstrup-Andersen (Chair) Karen Edwards Cornell University World Soy Foundation Jeffrey Albanese Marco Ferroni U.S. Department of Agriculture Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture Pat Basu U.S. Department of Agriculture Lars Friberg Embassy of Sweden Tim Benton Leeds University Keith Fuglie Economic Research Service U.S. Department of Agriculture Richard Bissell National Academy of Sciences Sarah Fulton United Nations Foundation Mike Bushell Syngenta Sarah Gavian International Fertilizer Development Center Derek Byerlee CGIAR Robert Giblin Merck Animal Health (Intervet/Schering-Plough Jude Capper Washington State University Animal Health) John Campbell Brian Greenberg InterAcademy Council InterAction Jason Clay Brian Guse World Wildlife Fund Foreign Agricultural Service U.S. Department of Agriculture Donald Crane International Fertilizer Development Center Matt Haggerty National Academy of Sciences Giselle Cubillos U.S. Department of Agriculture Tom Hance Gordley Associates Hartwig de Haen University of Göttingen Molly Jahn University of Wisconsin-Madison Bert Drake Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Diana Jerkins (ret.) U.S. Department of Agriculture 87

PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOF Andrew Jones Peter McCornick Cornell University Duke University Emi Kameyama Beverly McIntyre National Academy of Sciences Helen Keller International Melinda Kimble Jeffrey Milder United Nations Foundation EcoAgriculture Partners Alissa King Jonathan Miller Foreign Agricultural Service Homelands Productions/Marketplace Radio U.S. Department of Agriculture Uzo Mokwunye Development Strategy Consultant Pat Koshel National Academy of Sciences David Molden International Water Management Institute Carol Kramer-LeBlanc U.S. Department of Agriculture Marina Moses National Academy of Sciences Kara Laney National Academy of Sciences Linda Meyers Institute of Medicine Daniel Lapidus U.S. Department of Agriculture Jerry Nelson International Food Policy Research Institute Stewart Leeth Smithfield Foods, Inc. Maria Ora Institute of Medicine Maxine Levin Natural Resources Conservation Services U.S. Department of Agriculture Robert Paarlberg Wellesley College David Lobell Stanford University Philip Pardey University of Minnesota Pesach Lubinsky U.S. Department of Agriculture Laura Pillsbury Institute of Medicine Jill Luxenberg Foreign Agricultural Service Prabhu Pingali (NAS) U.S. Department of Agriculture Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Daniella Maor Rachel Pittluck Foreign Agricultural Service Institute of Medicine U.S. Department of Agriculture Dylan Richmond National Academy of Sciences Nancy McCarthy Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Jennifer Saunders National Academy of Sciences 88

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Exploring Sustainable Solutions for Increasing Global Food Supplies summarizes the second of two National Research Council workshops, addressing the sustainability challenges associated with food security for all. The workshop was held in May 2011. While sustainable food security depends both on the availability of food supplies and assuring access to food, this workshop focused specifically on assuring the availability of adequate food supplies. How can food production be increased to meet the needs of a population expected to reach over 9 billion by 2050? Workshop objectives included identifying the major challenges and opportunities associated with achieving sustainable food security and identifying needed policy, science, and governance interventions. Workshop participants discussed long term natural resource constraints, specifically water, land and forests, soils, biodiversity and fisheries. They also examined the role of knowledge, technology, modern production practices, and infrastructure in supporting expanded agricultural production and the significant risks to future productivity posed by climate change.

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