1. / Home
  2. / Events

How to address the food crisis without jeopardising climate goals?

At this event, panellists will discuss the policies that EU policymakers should implement to alleviate world hunger.



Check-in and lunch

12.30PM-1PM (CET)






1.15PM-1.45PM (CET)

Additional speakers to be confirmed.



1.45PM-2PM (CET)

Ask questions on sli.do using code #Hunger


The war in Ukraine has disrupted the export of wheat, corn, and sunflower oil - three agricultural commodities crucial in feeding billions around the globe. The severity of the situation has led to a reversal in a decades-long trend of hunger alleviation across much of the developing world.  According to the World Food Programme, more than 10% of the global population could face hunger in 2022. The current crisis highlights the fragility of the global food system, which is simultaneously under threat from climate change, geopolitical conflicts, and other external shocks to global trade.

Tackling this problem will require a multi-faceted strategy. Panelists at this event will talk about the various policies that EU policymakers should put in place in areas like trade, humanitarian, and agricultural policy.

Add to your calendar

Public | Livestream

Point of contact

  • Katja Knezevic

    Katja, a Croatian citizen, joined Bruegel in December 2014. She works as the Events and Governance Manager. Her duties include organising events, helping with communication workflows and strategy, and managing the relationship between Bruegel and its Members.

    Before coming to Bruegel, she completed a traineeship in the European Commission, and previously she worked as a teacher and a translator. She speaks Croatian, English, and French.