The Food Security Strategy Group (FSSG) was a three-year, high-level, non-partisan, and international dialogue series comprised of prominent and influential leaders in business, government, non-profit organizations and academia brought together to address the urgent need for cross-sector alignment on a long-term vision for food security planning. The group focused on cross-sector solutions between four interlinked areas: population, health and poverty; science, technology and innovation; markets, trade and investment; and environmental sustainability.
Read the Report of the Food Security Strategy Group:
- Public & Private Sector Interventions for Global Food Security -
The FSSG was a collaborative initiative hosted by the Aspen Institute’s Energy and Environment, Aspen Global Health and Development, and Middle East Programs.
Madeleine K. Albright, Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group, Former Secretary of State
Thomas A. Daschle, Founder and CEO, The Daschle Group; Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
Tony Elumelu, Chairman, Heirs Holdings, Founder, Tony Elumelu Foundation
Dan Glickman, Executive Director, Aspen Institute Congressional Program, Former Secretary of Agriculture
The Aspen Institute is grateful to the Food Security Strategy Group's generous sponsors and hosts:
Click here to read about the Aspen Dialogue on U.S. Food Insecurity & Healthcare Costs.