New Network Capabilities to Solve Global Problems
With a globalized food system, food has become a global problem more complex than ever before. Food security is no longer just related to agriculture, it is interconnected with a wide range of issue areas such as climate change and population.
The digital revolution is creating new capabilities to solve an old problem. Four case studies of global solution networks—two networking platforms, a standards network and a knowledge network—demonstrate how an emerging problem-solving approach can fundamentally transform global food governance.