Geoff Tansey works for fair, healthy and sustainable food systems as an independent writer and consultant (www.tansey.org.uk). He is a member and a trustee of The Food Ethics Council, an honorary research fellow at the University of Bradford’s Department of Peace Studies and an honorary visiting fellow at the University of Newcastle’s Centre for Rural Economy. He is currently developing www.foodsystemsacademy.org.uk as an open education resource.
To ensure global food security and nutrition, we don’t need to produce more food but rather seek fundamental change in the “dysfunctional” food system developed by rich countries. An exclusive commentary for Feeding Development by a trustee and member of the U.K.-based Food Ethics Council.