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The Business and Industry Major Group (B&I) in New York has found two volunteers to take on the role of focal point: Norine Kennedy, Vice President, Strategic International Engagement, Environment and Energy Affairs, United States Council for international Business (USCIB); and Shea Gopaul, Special Representative to the UN for the International Organization of Employers (IOE). 

In 2013, McDonald’s made commitments to increase customers’ access to fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy and water on its menu with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, an organization that was co-founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation.  The global commitment was independently verified in the 20 top markets that represent 85% of McDonald’s global sales.

Over 20 million babies around the world -- about 1 out of every 7 -- were born underweight in 2015, a slight improvement over rates in 2000 but not enough to meet goals and prevent global health consequences, according to a new study.

By Howard-Yana Shapiro How do we balance the imperative to provide the planet’s inhabitants with safe, nutritious food and the imperative to preserve the planet’s ecological systems? The short answer is that we don’t and won’t. But let me start again and work around to that grim but obvious conclusion.  

As PSM gets ready to host its partnership meeting on UNFSS2021 Action Track 3 we welcome all those who are involv… https://t.co/WTT5pb5qZf
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