Tim Searchinger

Transatlantic Fellow, German Marshall Fund

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Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund and Visiting Scholar specializing in agriculture at Princeton University

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Food prices are reaching levels never seen before at the same time the number of needy people is rising.

The Skyrocketing Price of Feeding the Poor

Food prices are reaching levels never seen before at the same time the number of needy people is rising.

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