The aim of SDG 2 Zero Hunger is to end hunger, achieve food security, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
The Grantham Centre supports multiple research projects that work towards SDG 2 Zero Hunger. But we have a special focus on sustainable agriculture. For example, Grantham Scholar Ligia Bertolino is looking for rice that can survive global warming. And Cecilie Dyngeland is examining small-scale farmers in developing countries, because they need to be supported if food security is to be improved in developing regions. And Niall Bradshaw is exploring the use of human waste as a sustainable fertiliser.
To find out more about Grantham Centre research and how it connects to the Sustainable Development Goals, visit our Research page. To find out more about Grantham Scholar projects and news by SDG, look below.
Our Scholars work on projects which will help the world reach the targets set out by the SDGs. Supervised by academics from across academic disciplines, the Scholars also have the benefit of expertise from business and policy experts.
Grantham Scholar Kristin Bash has co-authored a paper which discusses the important links between food systems and both population and […]
Grantham supervisor Christian Reyonlds has written a paper which looks at the affordability of sustainable diets. You can read the […]
An abandoned school isn’t where you’d expect to find researchers trying to solve the problem of feeding a world of […]
We work closely with our partner sustainability teams at the TUoS. The researchers behind these groups are mentors to many of Grantham Scholars and are coming up with innovative new solutions to sustainability challenges.