Researchers outline a path to a new green revolution

By Adva Saldinger 15 June 2015

Devex Impact associate editor Adva Saldinger shares the highlights of this year’s Global Development Network annual conference in this recap.

The future of agriculture is inextricably linked with development.

Greater production is necessary, as are stronger policies and a closer link to nutrition. Last week a group of academics and researchers from around the world gathered in Casablanca, Morocco to discuss the agriculture revolution 2.0 and what it means for sustainable development.

Devex Impact associate editor Adva Saldinger shares the key findings and highlights in this video recap of the event.

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About the author

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Adva Saldinger@AdvaSal

As a Devex Impact associate editor, Adva leads coverage of the intersection of business and international development. From partnerships to trade and social entrepreneurship to impact investing, she enjoys exploring the role the private sector and private capital play in development. Previously, she has worked as a reporter at newspapers in both the U.S. and South Africa. Most recently, she has been ghostwriting a memoir for a former child slave and NGO founder in Ghana.


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