WATERLOO — More than one billion people on the earth are not getting enough to eat, and the food crisis only worsened in the wake of the global financial meltdown. “Never before have so many people — and this is 1/6th of humanity — gone to bed hungry at night,” said global environmental governance expert Jennifer Clapp during a panel discussion Saturday at CIGI in Waterloo. The Centre for International Governance Innovation hosted this weekend its annual conference, with the impact of the global economic crisis and the implications for international economic governance as this year’s focus. During the panel discussion,...
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