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The world may be facing the worst food crisis in decades, driven by the compounded effects of COVID-19, climate change and conflicts such as the war in Ukraine, exacerbating already skyrocketing food and energy prices and severe hunger. What global priorities and business action are imperative to mitigate these global shocks and address the interrelated risks threatening food systems everywhere?
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Syngenta CEO J. Erik Fyrwald,
WFP Executive Director David Beasley,
UAE Climate and Environment Minister Mariam Mohammed Saeed Al Mheiri,
Vietnam Vice Prime Minister Le Minh Khai,
Tanzania Vice President Philip Isdor Mpango

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