Sdg Goal 2: Zero Hunger
3 March 2022
Extreme hunger and malnutrition is huge barrier to development in many countries, no matter how much it has been cleared in others. According to 2017 in Asia, an estimate of 821 million people is chronically undernourished due to environmental resource decline and biodiversity loss. It can be said that climate decline is the key factor to it , and sufficient food in every form (Sdg Goal 2: Zero Hunger).
They ensure to work tirelessly to implement all SDG goals by 2030 for sustainable agriculture. Because hunger is the leading cause of death. The earth is full of natural resources; we need to use them wisely. Sustainable development initiated the 17 rules to bless the lives and Save the Planet, and it cannot be implemented once handling these resources is not done right. With modern technology a fair distribution system, we can survive the world and stop malnutrition.
To boost agricultural productivity, sustainable food production systems, land practices, markets, investments in infrastructure have to work along. The goal of zero hunger has different targets to hit. There is; universal access to safe food by people in vulnerable conditions. Until 2050, all forms of malnutrition are ending in young children, teen girls, pregnant women, and infants and doubling the income of small-scale food producers, farmers, fishers, with permission to accessibility to all forms of lands—increasing productivity in the least developing countries by investing in livestock, rural infrastructure, and gene banks.
Finally yet importantly, surety of stable measures to ensure timely access to food facilities markets and manage high food prices. Following the sustainability Agenda, the restriction on safe trading is to be prevented for crop productivity through informed management processes. Together we can eradicate world hunger. It is time to rethink how we grow, feed, eat and share.