Over the next two generations, the globe faces an enormous human security challenge. We must adapt to rapid economic and climate change by creating a food system that provides adequate and appropriate nutrition for 9 billion people in a way that does not compromise vital ecosystem services including biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration. Within the broad area of global food security in the 21st century, I have spent my professional life developing an externally funded multi-disciplinary research programme on the links between food security, land use, and global environmental/economic change.

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