Food security in Australia, worldwide: CSU experts

1 JANUARY 2003

Four CSU experts in food security provided insights in various aspects of this growing issue for the nation during a public forum held at CSU in Albury-Wodonga on 14 August.

Panel and audience during the Food Security Forum at CSU in Albury-Wodonga.Four Charles Sturt University (CSU) experts in food security provided insights in various aspects of this growing issue for the nation during a public forum held at CSU in Albury-Wodonga on Wednesday 14 August.
 
Providing food security is a major issue for Australia’s agricultural sector. CSU Professor of Agriculture and Director of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Deidre Lemerle, discussed the challenges for the industry. Listen to the podcast below.
 
Professor Allan Curtis from CSU’s Institute for Land, Water and Society (ILWS) raised some provocative issues about the future of food security in Australia and overseas. Listen to the podcast below.
 
The quality of food for all Australians can be tied to the nation’s food security. Associate Professor Sue McAlpin from the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences outlines the challenges and problems for a healthy rural population. Listen to the podcast below.
 
Senior ILWS researcher Professor Kevin Parton addressed concerns regarding the affect of climate change on agricultural production and food security in Australia and overseas. See the vodcast below.
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Wes Ward, 02 6051 9906

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