Nancy Roman

Director of Public Policy, United Nations World Food Program

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Director of Public Policy at the United Nations World Food Program

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In 2008, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

Our Unsustainable Table: Another Global Food Crisis?

In 2008, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Two years ago, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

Does the World Face Another Food Crisis?

Two years ago, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

from To the Point

Americans have been getting a taste of the global food crisis at the check-out counter in recent days, as chain stores including Costco and Sam's club have put a limit on the sale of…

What Can Be Done to Ease the Global Food Crisis?

Americans have been getting a taste of the global food crisis at the check-out counter in recent days, as chain stores including Costco and Sam's club have put a limit on the sale of…

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