One Goal - Many Voices. Writing with 2030 in mind, representatives of civil society organizations, experts from science and research, business partners and individuals who are particularly committed to the issue are active in the fight against hunger. The exchange of ideas regarding the magazine's main focus is on the diversity of the participants.
Dr. Jacqueline Mkindi, president of the Agriculture Council Tanzania (ACT), Member of Food & Agriculture Delivery Committees of the Tanzanian president, CEO of the Tanzanian Horticulture Association (TAHA).
Dr. Julia Köhn is shaping the transformation of global agricultural & food systems as a founder, entrepreneur and investor. As Chair of the German AgriFood Society, she represents the interests of German AgriTech, FoodTech and BioTech startups and is particularly committed to internationally competitive funding for High & DeepTech startups in the field of agri-food transformation.
Bettina Jahn studied political science and Latin American studies in Cologne and Buenos Aires and worked for non-governmental organisations in Germany and South Africa. She has been working at UN Women Germany since 2017 and is responsible for press, communication and education.
Dr. Julia Bellinghausen is the head of the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) in Bonn since 2013. After completing her doctorate at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn in 2011, she became Purchaser Overseas for Fresh Fruit and Vegetables at Weiling GmbH before finally joining the IPD.
Joao Campari is Global Leader of WWF's Food Practice, leading the Network´s efforts to enhance the sustainability of the global food system. His primary areas of focus are sustainable agriculture and aquaculture, sustainable diets, and food loss and waste. Joao is also the Chair of the UN Food Systems Summit Action Track 3, on boosting nature-positive production. Prior to WWF, Joao was Special Sustainability Advisor at the Ministry of Agriculture in Brazil, where he also served as President of the Low-Carbon Agriculture Platform and as Executive Secretary of the Agribusiness Commission on Sustainable Development. Joao holds a Ph.D. in environmental economics and his research and publications focus on the nexus of rural poverty and natural resources management in agricultural frontiers.
Dr Jan Grossarth is a freelance journalist and book author. His main topics are ecology, agriculture, food security and related social issues. After having worked as a senior editor at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, he was head of communications at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture (BMEL) in 2019. Since 2020, he has worked as a freelance journalist for "Die Welt", "Jüdische Allgemeine", among others, and is a research associate in a project on bioeconomy at LMU Munich.
Judith Henze is a post-doctoral consultant for sustainable innovations in agriculture, focusing on ICTs. She currently explores how AI can be employed to support farmers, food systems and to minimise human-wildlife-conflicts.
Thomas Jayne is University Foundation Professor of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University. Jayne is a Distinguished Fellow of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) and the African Association of Agricultural Economists. His research identifies emerging trends driving transformation in African agrifood systems. Over the past decade, he has received six research excellence awards, including the 2009 Outstanding Article Award in Agricultural Economics and the 2017 AAEA Bruce Gardner Memorial Prize for Applied Policy Analysis. In 2019/20, Jayne serves as senior advisor to the President of the African Development Bank.